multilevel-http

Access a leveldb instance from multiple processes via HTTP

multilevel-http

Access a leveldb instance from multiple processes via HTTP.

A limitation of LevelDB is that only one process is allowed access to the underlying data. multilevel-http exports a LevelDB instance over http.

npm install multilevel-http

Server:

var multilevel = require('multilevel')
// db = levelup instance or path to db 
var server = multilevel.server(db, options)
server.listen(5000)

Client:

var multilevel = require('multilevel')
var db = multilevel.client('http://localhost:5000/')
// now you have the complete levelUP api! 
// ...except for events, for now 
$ sudo npm install -g multilevel-http
$ multilevel-http -p 5000 path/to.db

Use get-params to pass options to LevelDB, like ?encoding=json

Get meta information about the DB.

// GET /meta 
{
  "compression" : false,
  "cacheSize" : 8 * 1024 * 1024,
  "encoding" : 'utf8',
  "keyEncoding" : 'utf8',
  "valueEncoding" : 'utf8',
  "path" : path
}

Get tha value stored at :key.

// GET /data/foo 
bar

Write many values batched.

/* PUT /data [
  { key : 'bar', value : 'baz' },
  { key : 'foo', value : 'bar' }
*/

POST /data/:key

Store data at :key.

// POST /data/foo bar 
"ok"

Delete data stored at :key.

// DEL /data/foo 
"ok"

Get an approximation of disk space used to store the data in the given range.

// GET /approximateSize/a..z 
123

Get all the data.

// GET /data/12 
[
  { key : 'bar', value : 'baz' },
  { key : 'foo', value : 'bar' },
  /* ... */
]

Get all data in the given range.

// GET /range/a..c 
[ { key : 'bar', value : 'baz' } ]

Get all the keys.

// GET /keys 
[ 'bar', 'foo' ]

Get all the keys in the given range.

// GET /keys/a..c 
[ 'bar' ]

Get all the values.

// GET /values 
[ 'baz', 'bar' ]

Get all the values in the given range.

// GET /values/a..c 
[ 'baz' ]
// server 
var multilevel = require('multilevel-http')('my.db')
multilevel.listen(3000)

Start serving on the given port.

The stored db and meta data exposed.

(MIT)

Copyright (c) 2013 Julian Gruber <julian@juliangruber.com>

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