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Project Description
bloom-python-driver
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Pybloom provides a Python client library to interface with
bloomd servers. The library supports multiple bloomd servers,
and automatically handles filter discovery and sharding.

Features
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* Provides a simple API for using bloomd
* Allows for using multiple bloomd servers
- Auto-discovers filter locations
- Balance the creation of new filters
- Explicitly name the location to make filters
* Command pipelining to reduce latency


Install
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Download and install from source:

python setup.py install

Example
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Using pybloom is very simple, and is similar to using native sets::

from pybloom import BloomdClient

# Create a client to a local bloomd server, default port
client = BloomdClient(["localhost"])

# Get or create the foobar filter
foobar = client.create_filter("foobar")

# Set a property and check it exists
foobar.add("Test Key!")
assert "Test Key!" in foobar

To support multiple servers, just add multiple servers::

from pybloom import BloomdClient

# Create a client to a multiple bloomd servers, default ports
client = BloomdClient(["bloomd1", "bloomd2"])

# Create 4 filters, should be on different machines
for x in xrange(4):
client.create_filter("test%d" % x)

# Show which servers the filters are on by
# specifying the inc_server flag
print client.list_filters(inc_server=True)

# Use the filters
client["test0"].add("Hi there!")
client["test1"].add("ZING!")
client["test2"].add("Chuck Testa!")
client["test3"].add("Not cool, bro.")


Using pipelining is straightforward as well::

from pybloom import BloomdClient

# Create a client to a local bloomd server, default port
client = BloomdClient(["localhost"])

# Get or create the foobar filter
pipe = client.create_filter("pipe").pipeline()

# Chain multiple add commands
results = pipe.add("foo").add("bar").add("baz").execute()
assert results[0]
assert results[1]
assert results[2]
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