level-server

Standalone LevelDB file server.

level-server

Standalone LevelDB file server. Put data into it using multilevel and get it server over http.

Given a database full of files at ./db, create a http server on port 8000 and a multilevel server on port 9000:

$ level-server --path ./db --http 8000 --multilevel 9000

Then connect to it from a client:

var multilevel = require('multilevel');
var getServer = require('multilevel-serve');
var net = require('net');
 
var db = multilevel.client(getServer.manifest);
var server = getServer(db);

Now you can use all of level-serve's api:

server.store('foo', 'Bar! :D');

And then get this file via http:

$ curl http://localhost:8000/files/foo
Bar! :D
$ level-server --help
Host a standalone LevelDB file server.
Usage: level-server [options]
 
Options:
  --path              Serve local database
  --addr              Serve remote database
  --http              Port to host http server on        [required]
  --multilevel, --ml  Port to host multilevel server on
  --help, -h          Print usage instructions
$ npm install -g level-server

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