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Riak Tips&Tricks: Streaming List Keys

I’m not sure how long ago I forgot about this, but I just remembered about a nice little feature when I was moving some data around on a Riak cluster. As the post title points out, this feature is streaming list keys in a bucket. […] The useful bit of this is because list_keys can be a lengthy operation, you can begin doing work on the data before you receive all of the keys.

The function is riak_client:stream_list_keys() and the post shows how to use it.

Original title and link: Riak Tips&Tricks: Streaming List Keys (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.megarockv.com/2011/08/07/riak-erlang-stream_list_keys-example/