12th July 2021
New: Introduce Tahoe-LAFS.
Tahoe-LAFS is a free and open, secure, decentralized, fault-tolerant, distributed data store and distributed file system.
Tahoe-LAFS is a system that helps you to store files. You run a client program on your computer, which talks to one or more storage servers on other computers. When you tell your client to store a file, it will encrypt that file, encode it into multiple pieces, then spread those pieces out among multiple servers. The pieces are all encrypted and protected against modifications. Later, when you ask your client to retrieve the file, it will find the necessary pieces, make sure they haven’t been corrupted, reassemble them, and decrypt the result.
Correction: Correct the way of closing an index.
Use a POST instead of a GET
New: Explain how to calculate the amount of memory required to do KNN operations.
- New: Explain how to do KNN warmup to speed up the queries.
- New: Explain how to deal with the AWS service timeout.
Improvement: Explain how to fix the wrong image covers.
Remove all the
jpgfiles of the directory and then fetch again the data from your favourite media management software.
New: Investigate if Syncthing can be used over Tor.
I haven't found a reliable and safe way to do it, but I've set a path to follow if you're interested.