A little while back I updated our two Couchbase servers installed on CentOS machines from 2.0 to 2.2.0 Enterprise Edition (build-821-rel), and now I've just realised that any attempt to read or write from/to the "default" bucket fails (tried this from both the Enyim.Caching v184.108.40.206 .NET client...
I hope someone can help since I'm getting lost.
A bit of background might help:
We're building a new release of our software and are looking into NoSQL, given our background with SQL Server for years.
We use a Master-Model approach where our Model is our standard...
Seeing this issue randomly where in KeyExists() returns true to a key that doesn't exist and never existed within any bucket.
Is this a bug or is there a fix for this issue or a possible reliable workaround ?
I have a three node couchbase server running on a virtual machine. We are doing backup using snapshot on the three node. Is there a way to run just one node of the existing cluster, in another vm environment to get the data ?
Basically I want to get data from previous snapshot...