We are excited to announce the release of version 1.3.0 of the ReductStore database! This update brings a number of new features and improvements that we believe will enhance your experience with the database.
First and foremost, we’ve changed the project license, switching from AGPLv3 to MPL-2.0 which allows usage of the program as a service over the network in proprietary software. This change is made to avoid any misunderstanding in the future, and to align with our goal of encouraging contributions back to the project while allowing everyone to use it for free.
We have added support for labels on
POST|GET /api/v1/:bucket/:entry requests. These labels can be
sent and received as headers with the prefix
x-reduct-label-, making it easier to categorize and filter your data.
# Write two records with timestamp 10000 and 20000 curl -d "some_data_1" \ -X POST \ --header "x-reduct-label-quality: good" \ --header "Content-Type: text/plain" \ "http://127.0.0.1:8383/api/v1/b/my_data/entry_1?ts=10000"
We’ve also added
exclude-<label> query parameters for the
GET /api/v1/:bucket/:entry/q endpoint.
These new parameters allow you to filter records based on specific label values, making it easier to find the data you
Additionally, we’ve added the ability to store the
Content-Type header for a record when writing it, so that the record
can be returned with the same header. This ensures that your data is always returned in the format you expect.
Thanks to @rtadepalli for contributing this feature!
Finally, we’ve updated the Web Console to version 1.2.0 and have renamed error header
to make it more consistent.
Please note that our client SDKs will soon be updated to support the new version of the API. We recommend that you upgrade to this new version as soon as possible to take advantage of these new features and improvements.
We hope you enjoy the new features and improvements in this release, and as always, we welcome your feedback and suggestions for future updates. Don’t hesitate to reach out in Discord or by opening a discussion on GitHub.
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