Subject: [htdig] Berkeley DB Concurrent Data Store
From: Guan Yang (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Dec 20 1999 - 01:58:39 PST
The Berkeley DB Concurrent Data Store
(http://www.sleepycat.com/camfeatures.html) is basically Berkeley DB in
a client/server version with low overhead locking. The features page
says, "Berkeley DB Concurrent Data Store is intended for multi-user
embedded database applications with a read-mostly workload with
occasional write operations."
Now, I'm sorry if this question has already been answered in the FAQs (I
couoldn't find it) or in earlier posts, but would Concurrent Data Store
speed up ht://Dig significantly? And how much work would be required to
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