The goal of the project is to be as lightweight and portable as possible to allow running it for years with decent latency on a Raspberry Pi, possibly using a bad to average USB hard drive.
This requirement comes from a previous attempt for a similar project backed on SQLite which became much too slow on such hardware after a few month of data was ingested (SQLite despite its bad reputation should be quite competitive for this task).
I'm hosting an instance at https://velib-history-api.dupre.io, open the link to see the list of available endpoints.
You can also host your own instance using methods below, use the --help parameter to see extra options.
cargo run --release --bin server -- \ --journals-dir <JOURNALS_DIR> \ --dumps-dir <DUMPS_DIR>
docker run ghcr.io/remi-dupre/gbfs-watcher:latest \ --journals-dir <JOURNALS_DIR> \ --dumps-dir <DUMPS_DIR>