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On average... [Dec. 20th, 2001|12:45 am]
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What is the average number of key-value pairs returned for a request (from any mode)? What is a realistic figure for a really big response (e.g. somebody with lots and lots of friends doing a getfriends request)?
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[User Picture]From: fuchs
2001-12-20 03:00 am (UTC)
You could figure that out, if you have a closer look at the modes page in the Dev Area. Requests that have keys with a counter in it may become quite big.
As an example have a look at the syncitems mode. If you do that request without specifying a lastsync it'll return key/value pairs for all journal entries ever posted(every item has 3 key/value pairs). That can become really big I suppose.
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[User Picture]From: xb95
2001-12-20 04:27 pm (UTC)
There is no average on a web site that has such diversity. I was serious when I said make your code flexible. You really have to have dynamic arrays. If you don't, you WILL have trouble. :) Shrug, up to you, but trust me. :) It also depends on the request, as someone else said.
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[User Picture]From: thorshammer
2001-12-22 03:01 am (UTC)
Listen to the man, he preacheth the truth.

~Soul Brother Chris
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[User Picture]From: paperkim
2001-12-21 02:18 pm (UTC)

unrelated

do you know if there is currently a client for linux in the making?
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[User Picture]From: stesla
2001-12-21 09:35 pm (UTC)

Re: unrelated

Absolutely, logjam is a Gtk+ client, very good one at that. evan maintains it.

http://logjam.danga.com/
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