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Re: bdb bad performance again (really need help)
I hope you can find this helpful!
Went straight into my "HOWTO Openldap" folder ;)
This would rather tend to support what Quanah (and others?) suggest as
performance enhancer - in their case, running the DB on a separate
disk/array. In both cases, it's a question of access speed per read or
With your in-memory approach, all the developers now have to do, is
design a write-to-block approach à la data mining, rather than BDB.
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I don't like this, either. Blame it on Swen and a slow