I want to use string operations.
In clear way I want to get some data which contain particular string.
I am having view with keys like (Gopi, Siva, Harshil)
I want to find the user contains "op" in the key.
Is it possible??
[root@Couchbase01 sqoop]# sqoop import --connect 127.0.0.1:8091/pools --table PMUdata
Warning: /usr/lib/hbase does not exist! HBase imports will fail.
Please set $HBASE_HOME to the root of your HBase installation.
I'm using the latest python SDK (1.2) with gevent and I'm getting timeout errors on simple get operations. The cluster has 3 couchbase nodes hosted on Amazon and the client runs locally on one of them. When the client is restarted the errors no longer appear.
The exception I get is:...
Scenario 1 (same config.json leads to different results):
I created a couchbasecloud sync_gateway named "restaurant" with the following config.json and the GUEST property checked:
Currently I'm working in a project where we use Couchbase as a caching layer server.
The thing is that we are storing big json documents (between 1MB and 2MB) and based on the caching layer section of Couchbase documentation, those documents that are frequently queried/accesed...
We have recently switched from optimistic get/cas to pessimistic getl/cas for some operations and we are pretty much confused with the number of operations per seconds that is reported in the couchbase GUI:8091 on the Data Buckets tab (Ops/sec) or on the "General Bucket Analytics...