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08:24 <dorongutman> hello. my 3.2 RS is hosted on 3 AWS EC2 R3.x2large instances. I lately saw there’s a newer R4 series with lower prices and supposedly better performances. however, while the R3 series is EBS Optimized, the R4 isn’t. should I ignore this (as it’s also described as providing “12 Gbps of dedicated throughput to EBS”) and upgrade to the R4 or stay with the R3 for the EBS Optimized feature ?
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13:04 <fels> hi
13:05 <fels> Is it possible to use mongo + mysql together. The plan is to have real time relication from Mongo to MySQL . then use Open reporting tools over My SQL (Client is better suited for that)
13:13 <Derick> you can tail of the oplog for that
13:13 <Derick> not sure how well that works...
13:13 <Derick> we also have a BI connector: https://www.mongodb.com/products/bi-connector — that does something to help here
13:19 <fels> Derick: thnx - what do you mean tail of the oplog ?
13:26 <Derick> fels: one sec
13:27 <Derick> fels: https://derickrethans.nl/mongodb-and-solr.html should explain how it works as a concept
13:28 <fels> thx will look at it Derick
13:29 <fels> I have this client who's old school RDBMS and is now pissed cos he can't get reporting data off it - I'm not an expert in mongo but think maybe we made wrong choise using it.
13:31 <fels> The system is similar to a banking app - : Users have tokens they can buy tokens and transfer tokens to one another. we need to report on YTD MTD WTD and life time value of tokens (+ other matrix)
13:33 <Derick> that is possible to do just out of MongoDB... of course
13:40 <fels> we failed at reporting it -
13:41 <Derick> that doesn't mean it's not possible :)
13:42 <Derick> got to run
13:43 <fels> Derick: thanx - will catch up later.
13:46 <fels> any free reporing tools similar to Crystal reports but for Mongo
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15:53 <fels> how can I design a model that that tracks historical changes. eg: If a user has 100 tokens by the end of hte month - what design can i implement so that if we looked through the month we'd see exactly when each was added - at the momemnt I have a Users.Tokens = "100" and Users.LastUpdatedDate = last date it was modified -
16:06 <hal-j> I don't have a full picture of the problem here, but maybe a collection that was simply token transactions. a value (either positive or negative), a user, and a timestamp
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16:53 <dorongutman> hello. my 3.2 RS is hosted on 3 AWS EC2 R3.x2large instances. I lately saw there’s a newer R4 series with lower prices and supposedly better performances. however, while the R3 series is EBS Optimized, the R4 isn’t. should I ignore this (as it’s also described as providing “12 Gbps of dedicated throughput to EBS”) and upgrade to the R4 or stay with the R3 for the EBS Optimized feature ?
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20:22 <fels> hi all - anyone running mongo as main db with replication to MySQL ?
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20:35 <fels> anyone use Loopback
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21:51 <ikonia> default config file from mongodb.com packages, is forking set to true or false by default
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