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CouchDB: 5.5k inserts/sec with fire-and-forget and bulk ops

After saying that MongoDB’s default fire-and-forget behavior is wrong, CouchDB community welcomed this sample Clojure code showing 5500 inserts/second implemented with a fire-and-forget behavior and bulk inserts:

So I contemplated the problem some and wondered whether Clojure’s STM (Software Transactional Memory) could be leveraged. As requests come in, instead of connecting immediately to the database, why not queue them up until we have an optimal number and then do a bulk insert?