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06:59:29  <owen1>Aria: tell me if i get the usecase for level-party - i can have multiple node servers under a load balancer (they can be in the same host or even on multiple hosts) and they all can access my single levelDB instance.
07:00:47  <owen1>and it seems like the difference between level-party and multilevel is that level-party might be more secure since it 'open' my instance only when needed to.
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21:08:34  <Aria>"Secure" meaning what?
21:49:13  <substack>owen1: level-party uses a unix socket in the leveldb data directory
21:49:18  <substack>not a tcp listener
21:49:39  <substack>so you can only use it to get shared access on the same host
21:49:42  <substack>otherwise use multilevel
21:55:11  <owen1>gotcha
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22:52:22  <richardlitt>I have an npm package that uses leveldb: `var db = require('./mydb')`. The issue is that the npm package is executable, so when I install it globally, and then try to use it in any dir, it starts a new db instance in that dir instead of using the one installed globally in /usr/bin/local/$packagename
22:52:25  <richardlitt>Am I doing something wrong?
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23:04:26  <richardlitt>Ahh... got it. `var db = levelup(path.resolve(process.env.HOME, '.practicedb'), {valueEncoding: 'json'})` was the solution.
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