Software Enginner, in Beijing, China. Author of SSDB NoSQL database, creator of Cpy C-like programming language.

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  • Hello

    I am integrating encryption using private key and decryption using public key. I have downloaded your source code from github Objective-C-RSA integration. But when i go through your code, you encrypt text using public key. But i have to do right opposite as you work.

    How could i do Encryption using private key? Any suggestion. Waiting your positive response. You can contact me on my email: shiju.varghese@dekhdekh.com Reply
    @Shiju Varghese: Sorry, encrypt using private key is not currently supported, there are some unknown problems with it that I could not solve either. Reply
    @ideawu: Thanks for quick response. You have any idea how could i integrate encryption using private key. Reply
  • Thanks for developing and releasing ssdb-rocks.

    I noticed that ssdb-rocks uses only 1 thread to process requests coming in from all network connections, so this is a bottleneck. I would like to have multiple threads handling incoming requests from the network, so that I can saturate ssdb-rocks running on a multicore server.

    Looking at the code and the logs, I see that there are 10 READER_THREADS and 1 WRITER_THREAD initialized. I am confused about the role of these reader and writer threads since they do not seem to be the ones actually handling requests. Can you please clarify? Thanks! Reply
    @ana: What is the method you find out how many threads ssdb-rocks uses to process request?

    ssdb-rocks will use 10 reader threads and 1 writer thread to process requests. Reply
  • I am trilled by the discovery of ssdb! I am almost ready to go into production with a new internet networking site. At the core of my application is the need for much of the functionality of redis sorted set. Every thing for me is perfect in a single machine. I recently formulated a new schema that will allow me to scale to any number of servers easily, but it came at a cost: storage cost tripled. This is still okay except that it means I need a redis that saves to disk. I am so happy to discover ssdb even though i have one problem: I need a .net client. Can you send me your email so we can discuss my use of ssdb in detail at a more private level? Thank you for creating the database of tomorrow. Reply
    @Abdulnasir: Good to here from you. I just added my email address on this page – http://www.ideawu.com/blog/about Reply
  • SSDB a very good project that solves my problem. Thank you for that.

    What do you think about lmdb (http://symas.com/mdb/) as a new storage engine? Are you considering the possibility of porting ssdb on lmdb storage engine? Reply
    @Denis: It is great to hear that SSDB helps you! Reply
  • Is it possible to import an existing levelDB database? Reply
    @Patrick: Yes! It is very easy, take a look at this post: http://www.ideawu.com/blog/2013/07/import-existing-leveldb-into-ssdb.html Reply
    @ideawu: Cool I’ll try it tonight. Thanks! Reply
    @Patrick: Hi, have you tried? Reply
    @ideawu: I’ve tried but I don’t have enough disk space as my /mnt/rt26700_leveldb/leveldb01/ is 6.7T. Reply
  • Thank you for the prompt response. I will try to replace it with my redis implementation :) Reply
    @ssdb-user: Thank you for using SSDB, if you encounter any problem, please let me know. Reply
  • Hi,
    is there any Java client for SSDB? Reply
    @ssdb-user: Hi, I am pleased to tell, the SSDB Java client is ready! Check: https://github.com/ideawu/ssdb Reply
    @ssdb-user: not yet. but it’s in schedule, i will let you know as soon as the Java client is ready. Reply

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