@KarnaKoding Use mongodb. Migrating db's is a pita. You've a steep climb ahead of you. Good luck and have fun.
i want to deploy nodebb on aws but nodebb is using either redis and mongodb
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Aws is famous for elasticache , which is using redis but it doesn't have mongodb provided, which means i have to install mongodb personally. Aws has nosql database like dynamodb. i'm afraid i couldn't use that with nodebb.
I just want to know if i use elasticache which is providing redis, in long term is it a suitable idea ?
that all depends on how many millions of posts you plan to get
that leads me to wonder, are there any benchmark posts on performance and resource utilization? that would be nice. nodebb team? ^_^ @administrators
If elasticache is redis, then it will work. A potential DynamoDB adapter is in the preliminary planning stages.
That is all I can say :shipit:
Oh, but like how we provide a Redis to MongoDB converter, we'll likely make one to Dynamo as well, should we proceed...
Hi @julian, has there been any progress on this?
@tango At this time, no... we haven't made any progress on the DynamoDB adapter
Thanks @Julian, How hard would it be for a developer to create one?
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Popping in for showing interest! Also trying to set up NodeBB with AWS solutions.
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@julian aby progress to support dynamodb? I see database folder inside tests. If no progress is done to support dynamodb and i would like to start coding, these tests would tell me if i'm done? can i trust tests coverage?