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Re: RedStore 0.3 released

From: Melvin Carvalho <melvincarvalho@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 11 Apr 2010 17:20:18 +0200
Message-ID: <l2l9178f78c1004110820kbf43e4fbxb0a55035ac2bf969@mail.gmail.com>
To: Nicholas J Humfrey <njh@aelius.com>
Cc: Redland RDF <redland-dev@lists.librdf.org>, semantic-web@w3.org, Linking Open Data <public-lod@w3.org>
2010/4/11 Nicholas J Humfrey <njh@aelius.com>

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> >> I have released version 0.3 of RedStore:
> >> http://code.google.com/p/redstore/
> >>
> >> RedStore is a lightweight RDF triplestore written in C using the Redland
> >> library. It is aimed at being a quick to install and easy to use
> triplestore for people wanting to test/develop/experiment with semantic web
> technologies.
> >>
> > This is awesome.
> >
> > Question:  do you run this on localhost only, or combine it with some
> kind of dyndns technology?
>
> I don't fully understand your question; but hopefully this answers it.
>

Sorry if i was unclear, I'm just thinking that in the longer term, this
might be valuable to expose to the ouside world.  So I was wondering what
you do, but as it seems you bind to localhost, that indeed answers my
question.


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> There is currently no form of access control, so anyone who can access the
> endpoint can query/add/update and delete any data. So I would recommend that
> you firewall it/bind it to localhost:
>
> redstore -p 9000 -b 127.0.0.1
>

Yes that makes sense.  I can bind this to localhost, then allow apache to
forward requests, based on which WebID is trying to access the store.


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