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ozanzal01:10:34

What's the proper way to backup a Datomic Cloud database? I started down the route of trying to restore from a Dynamo snapshot, create a new storage stack, then update the existing compute stack to use that new storage stack system.

stuarthalloway11:10:14

Cloud databases are redundantly stored on multiple storages that are themselves redundant. There is not (currently) a backup/restore as with On-Prem.

ozanzal01:10:38

However it doesn't look like that will work as I was originally thinking.

val_waeselynck08:10:29

@eggsyntax I don't see how you can do that via Datalog, but maybe you can use the index API to that end. Also, have you set up memcached on your local machine ? You can get a lot of speedup with no extra code this way

eggsyntax13:10:02

Yeah, I think indexes end up being the way to go here. Thanks! I just started on a new team recently, so I haven't tried to set up memcached yet, but definitely planning to. I haven't tried before to put it between my local machine and a remote DB (which is what I'm querying in this case) -- but it seems like that would be possible?

val_waeselynck14:10:01

It is totally possible - it's just a matter of starting your local REPL with the right JVM option (and the memcached server started somewhere else on your machine)

eggsyntax14:10:10

Thanks Val, I appreciate it 🙂

jocrau15:10:07

Is there a best practice solution for importing data from a large CSV file residing in an S3 bucket into Datomic Cloud? I currently use iota (https://github.com/thebusby/iota) in combination with tesser (https://github.com/aphyr/tesser) to read from a local file and parallel process chunks.

robert.mather.rmm18:10:26

I'm just getting started with tools.deps + Datomic Ions today. Where should I post issues or unintuitive things as I find them so they will be useful to others?

jaret19:10:43

You can send them to me (<mailto:[email protected]|[email protected]>) or if you think it would make a good community post, you can share it on our forums. https://forum.datomic.com/

robert.mather.rmm19:10:01

@ Thanks! I think this first one is more tools.deps specific, where should that go? I saw there's no "issues" section on the GitHub repo

dominicm20:10:19

Jira is linked from the contributing.md or readme

kenny22:10:45

Does anyone have any examples of running the socks proxy script on CircleCI?