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# Floe Microservice

This presents a simple key value data store with a list of ids and configurable backends.

## Configuration You can configure docker with environmental variables.

new relic can use the standard environmental variables:

then you can add additonal environmental vars for backends.

` FLOE_URL_FOO='file://.floe' FLOE_URL_BAR='file:///tmp/floe' FLOE_URL_BAZZ='mysql://root:pass@' FLOE_URL_QUUX='' `

## API You can add other connectors. The interface provides the following methods:

  • get

  • get_multi

  • set

  • set_multi

  • delete

  • delete_multi

  • ids

  • flush

The ids method returns a generator to iterate. The multi methods allow you do do batch operations on multiple keys.

## Running Locally

Due to some inconsistencies with the way request bodies are handled in different WSGI implementations, PUT requests with a missing or incorrect Content-Length header may hang (

An easy workaround for this when running the server locally is to use gunicorn rather than wsgiref.simple_server

` $ pip install gunicorn $ gunicorn -w 4 run:app `

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