Receive result rows from pg as a readable (object) stream.
$ npm install pg$ npm install pg-query-stream
$ npm install pg.js$ npm install pg-query-stream
var pg =var QueryStream =var JSONStream =//pipe 1,000,000 rows to stdout without blowing up your memory usagepg
The stream uses a cursor on the server so it efficiently keeps only a low number of rows in memory.
This is especially useful when doing ETL on a huge table. Using manual
offset queries to fake out async itteration through your data is cumbersom, and way way way slower than using a cursor.
I'm very open to contribution! Open a pull request with your code or idea and we'll talk about it. If it's not way insane we'll merge it in too: isn't open source awesome?
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