Just testing YouTube video embedding and code block snippets:
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out_edges = defaultdict(int)
for node, edges in adjacency_dict.items():
# Additional check for an edge that has no out edge.
for edge in edges:
if edge not in out_edges:
out_edges[edge] = 0
out_edges[node] = len(edges)
Yes, indeed, if you're looking to scale up to handle high concurrent user loads, scaling out horizontally is your best bet. We've got a client right now serving 700+ connections at the moment, and they're on four separate NodeBB instances. It's probably too much for what they need, but it's always nice to have more capacity than needed in case of spikes, etc.