A Leveldb-backed tokenthrottle implementation. See http://npm.im/tokenthrottle
A LevelDb-backed implementation of tokenthrottle
Simply wraps tokenthrottle with a Level back-end.
If you want to use it with multiple processes/servers, provide it a multilevel connection.
// Create a level clientvar db = /throttle// Create a throttle with 100 access limit per second.var throttle = rate: 100 db// in some_function that you want to rate limitthrottle
// multilevel server code...// In your multilevel server, make sure you have the same sublevel that will be used// either the default "levelThrottle" or the `prefix` you specify.// Then you must create a manifest for the clients so they know they may use it.var sub =var settings = db// save your settings somewhere// client code...// Create a multilevel clientvar multilevel =var net =var db = multilevelvar con = netcon// Create a throttle with 100 access limit per second.var throttle = rate: 100 db// in some_function that you want to rate limitthrottle
Accepts all of the same options as tokenthrottle, with one extra:
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