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Project Summary

The Lounge is a proxy-based partitioning/clustering framework for CouchDB, originally written by Kevin Ferguson, Vijay Ragunathan and Shaun Lindsay at Meebo.com.

There are two main pieces:

dumbproxy: An NGINX module to handle simple gets/puts for everything that isn't a view. smartproxy: A python/twisted daemon that handles mapping/reducing view requests to all shards in the cluster.

As well as an assortment of smaller scripts and whatnot.

To get started using this, grab a copy of the source tree and follow the steps in BuildInstructions. I'll hopefully have some prebuilt rpm and deb packages available soon.

The Lounge currently works with the CouchDB-0.9.0.

Enjoy!

Also, if anyone feels like packaging couchdb-lounge for some of the major distros, that would be awesome.

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