A CouchDB replicator that also replicates the pre-generated view data.
It does this by using rsync whenever it encounters a design doc in the changes feed. As a result, it is very important that the destination database be truly read-only. If you are putting records into the database via any other means, then Bad Things may happen.
By default, it copies ALL databases on the server. The intent is to
make the replica a full copy of everything that the origin. You can
configure this with the
dbs option. If not set, then it'll read
/_all_dbs from the remote server.
If you are using this in production, make sure that you use the copy trick with your production design docs. If you do, then the production design doc will only be copied over once the view data is copied as well. Using the copy trick ensures that the production design doc will not be copied until its view data is transferred as well. So, the read-only replicas will serve stale views for a brief time, but they'll never be completely unavailable.
// must be run directly on the machine where couch runs.// otherwise rsyncing won't do much good!var Replica =var r =// must provide a sequence file// Actual files will be suffixed with the name of each dbseqFile: 'my-replica.seq'// private ssh key file to use with rsync// ~ is ok if $HOME is set, but `~otheruser/...` won't worksshKey: '~/.ssh/id_rsa'// The user that we'll log into the other machine as.// defaults to $USER environremoteUser: processenvUSER// The url to the couch *instance*, not a single dbremoteCouch: ''// The url to the couch instance on this box// almost certainly will need some kind of admin credslocalCouch: ''