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[EDIT - added several public dataset sites]. First off, there is no real evidence that NoSQL databases are "better" at handling large datasets than traditional (OldSQL) RDBMSs. Check out Ted Dziuba's article about how he can't wait for NoSQL to die. He makes the point that Walmart continue to use RDBMSs - and they're not a small company! He says that NoSQL ...


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For mongo shell sessions there is a concept of mongorc files which include JavaScript to execute when the mongo shell starts. You can use this feature to extend or customise the behaviour of the interactive shell. If you want secondary reads to be allowed by default for all shell sessions you can either: add the rs.slaveOk() command to the .mongorc.js in ...


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Consider using the MEMORY storage engine, so the changes will happen in memory. In case of a crash, you can rely on the binlog to recover the latest value. And if you have a slave, you can use InnoDB on the slave. If you want to stay on InnoDB, consider the HandlerSocket plugin. It provides an SQL-less interface to InnoDB, and it should be much faster in ...


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JShean, I am with the MarkLogic product team, I saw your question and wanted to point you to some information. In general, mlcp is the most efficient way to load documents into MarkLogic, though I know many customers don't like dumping all the data to disk. Have you considered doing the process in batch - dump a certain set to disk, use mlcp to load and ...



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