This is how we keep our data stream safe and accurate.

Getting Started with Dolthub

The instructions here are excellent as an intro to Dolt's general usage. Here’s our dolt org.

Anyone can create a Pull Request to be merged into the database via the SQL UI at DoltHub, SQL editor integration, command line, or Python.

Supported statements These are limited, so dolt is not great for managing a bunch of schemas.

Useful statements


Dolt has a guide here for spreadsheets generally, including ODBC setup. Using the CLI, first ensure you’ve initialized the repo you’d like to pull from. Export a table like this:

dolt table export source_types > source_types.csv
dolt table export <table_name> > <file_name>

Add new files

dolt table import -c --pk <primary_key> <table_name> <file_name>
dolt table import -c --pk name format_types format_types.csv

Use dolt add . to start tracking all new files in the directory.

Run two Dolt repos with sql-server

Dolt's documentation on this is here.

There are two ways to run the dolt server with multiple databases served in one instance, in which you can use use db_name to switch databases.

Method 1

dolt sql-server -H -P 3306 -u root -p root123 --multi-db-dir /path_to_dir_that_hosts_multi_repos/

Method 2

Create a config file, example.cnf:

log_level: info
read_only: false
autocommit: true
name: root
password: "root123"
port: 3306
max_connections: 10
read_timeout_millis: 28800000
write_timeout_millis: 28800000
- name: richardji_datasets
path: /home/oracle/work/pdap/dolt/richardji_datasets
- name: rji_test
path: /home/oracle/work/pdap/dolt/rji_test
query_parallelism: null

Then run it with:

dolt sql-server --config my2.cnf