@rra thanks for other inputs. to check out. to look at.

I will keep in mind.

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very interesting!

why did you choose sqlite at first place (for the backend of etherpad)?

do you especially prefer that db over others? or any situation to use that ? or any special reason ?

@rra oh sqlite+etherpad ?! that sounds great! since sqlite is also file based more similar to dirtydb, I guess, than mysql/redis/postgresql which is local network separate db servers.

btw, then sqlite db file grows huge... isn't it? how long did you run your etherpad and how large is the db file size?

dirtydb actually adds a lot of redundancies (really a lot) so.. my file is almost 10GB. :(

Maybe, docker-way could be good to try & see. Whether if dockerized etherpad-lite have issue or not, will tell me where is the problem lies: in server, out of server = in the network.

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Dear fellow etherpad-lite admins !

My server is suffering random disconnections with recommended setup and I don't know what to do.

I am relying on the dirtyDB, which doesn't introduce issues in my case. But now the db file size is huge! I really need to solve this problem coming days.

I have wrote a issue to their board (last summer), yet no answer and now stale.
github.com/ether/etherpad-lite

Maybe only me suffering this case? Any brainstorming/quick idea is appreciated!

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