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BDB vs SQLite - AFS/NFS w/o the mmap?

From: Files <files_at_poetryunlimited.com>
Date: 2003-11-05 17:13:51 CET


Just checked the site. Sounds a lot like BDB w/o the NFS/AFS issues.

Would anyone object to being able to hook up SQLite instead of BDB as an option?

Can someone point me in the right direction in terms of where the BDB
interface for subversion exists?

Or is BDB strewn throughout a few layers?

If anyone would be so inclined as to check out whether SQLite would obviate
the need for concurrency control in the case of networked filesystems, I would
be happy to hear it.

Personally, I'm thinking it will. I didn't see any mmaped files.

Are there particular data structures that we use in BDB today that are
specific to BDB?


Shamim Islam
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