This method reloads the open database, refreshing cluster information from OrientDB.
On occasion, you may encounter or implement deployments where multiple clients are interacting with the OrientDB server at a given time. In cases such as this, you may need to reload the database, updating cluster information on the
For instance, consider the example of the smart home application database. You have a web interface that provides control functionality and a back-end systems that update the database with information taken from physical devices. Periodically, you may need the web interface to reload its client connection.
class WebInterface(): def __init__(self, client): self.client = client def reload(self): self.client.db_reload()
Here, the class receives the PyOrient Client and initializes it as a class variable. You can then periodically call the method periodically to reload the database on the client, updating cluster information.