What is this about?
Just a few words, as I've other some things to do.
I've just published a development version of mongodb-statistics on github.
This module is a first try on replacing heavy MySQL operations done by the core statistics module.
It's copy-and-alter of the core statistics module, with some additions. So it's not the nicest piece of code I could write :-)
On the things added :
- batch migration of previous node_counter statistics if any (not yet for accesslog)
- post-synchronisation of node_counter mongodb table to a sql table (via cron), so that you could query it via views (not for accesslog, are you mad?)
- time based caching of the popular content block
- Still lot of thing to do (see the TODO) but it was a nice way to learn mongodb. I especially like the idea of mapReduce functions applied for complex