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Subject [GitHub] [celix] Oipo edited a comment on pull request #285: Add API call for retrieving db index
Date Thu, 24 Sep 2020 07:25:11 GMT

Oipo edited a comment on pull request #285:
URL: https://github.com/apache/celix/pull/285#issuecomment-698164298

   So X-Etcd-Index is tied to an etcd server (so in a cluster, you can have multiple I think,
not sure).
   But the index used in the api is the modifiedIndex stored with a key.
   If we take a look at the [etcd API](https://etcd.io/docs/v2/api/) description:
   > node.createdIndex: an index is a unique, monotonically-incrementing integer created
for each change to etcd. This specific index reflects the point in the etcd state member at
which a given key was created. You may notice that in this example the index is 2 even though
it is the first request you sent to the server. This is because there are internal commands
that also change the state behind the scenes, like adding and syncing servers.
   > node.modifiedIndex: like node.createdIndex, this attribute is also an etcd index.
Actions that cause the value to change include set, delete, update, create, compareAndSwap
and compareAndDelete. Since the get and watch commands do not change state in the store, they
do not change the value of node.modifiedIndex.
   It's probably best to do an `etcdlib_get()` before an `etcdlib_watch()`. If the return
value is ETCDLIB_RC_ERROR, you can assume it is 0.
   Verifying this locally:
   oipo@oipo-X570-AORUS-ELITE:~$ curl
   {"errorCode":100,"message":"Key not found","cause":"/message3","index":5266}
   oipo@oipo-X570-AORUS-ELITE:~$ curl

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