On Wed, Oct 03, 2007 at 12:35:22AM +0200, mouss wrote:
> Carlos Jim??nez wrote:
> > Thanks, Mouss.
> > Is map type related to the kind of table (Berkeley DB hash, btree and CDB)? Which type do you recommend to use in this case?
> > Is there any type more secure than the rest (i.e. Berkeley DB hash)?
> It really doesn't matter much. If in doubt, use (Sleepy Cat) Berkeley DB
> just make sure you don't run into Linux dll hell here: check bdb versions.
> cdb is faster, if you're willing to install one of the two available
CDB uses a lot less memory when the process count is large, so CDB scales
better. CDB updates are also atomic. I enthusiastically recommend CDB,
but this is by no means a "MUST".
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