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Biweekly Report (Feb.27 - Mar.12) – Supports REPL
A recap of the past two-weeks progress and changes happened on GreptimeDB.
ByJiachun Feng
March 21, 2023


Together with all our contributors worldwide, we are glad to see GreptimeDB making remarkable progress for the better. Below are some highlights:

  • A simple REPL for debugging purpose supported
  • Add memory profiling
  • Support COPY FROM statement

Contributor list: (in alphabetical order)

For the past two weeks, our community has been super active with a total of 13 PRs from 6 contributors merged successfully and lots pending to be merged. Congrats on becoming our most active contributors in the past 2 weeks:

A big THANK YOU for the generous and brilliant contributions! It is people like you who are making GreptimeDB a great product. Let's build an even greater community together.

Highlights of Recent PR

A simple REPL for debugging purpose

Before removing SQL interface from Datanode, we need something as a substitute to mysql-cli. This REPL can serve the purpose. It's largely inspired by InfluxDB IOx . Simple, yet powerful, has history and hints, and can directly execute SQL via our grpc interface. Here is a screenshot:

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Add memory profiling

Add memory profiling feature and HTTP handler to dump profiling data.

Support COPY FROM statement

COPY FROM is used to import data from a file into a table. Before this, we supported the COPY TO statement, when combined, could accomplish both data export and import.

New things

  • We just announced GreptimeCloud private preview, a DBaaS built on top of GreptimeDB. Take our user survey to let us know better about you, and get early access to GreptimeCloud.
  • We had a UI refresh on the Dashboard project. The new design fits better with newly introduced promql and script support.

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