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Greg Matthews wrote:
> UxBoD wrote:
>> also what type of filesystem is the Bayes on, if it is in a file, is
>> journaling switched on etc etc ... to be honest since switching it
>> into MySQL I have been very pleased with the performance.
> I find it amazing that mysql is faster than BerkeleyDB can anyone
> explain this? BerkeleyDB should knock the spots of a full featured
> RDBMS shouldnt it?
Only 1 process at a time can hold the BerkeleyDB open and write to it.
Lots of processes can hold the RDBMS open at once. It's all down to file
>> --[ UxBoD ]--
Julian Field MEng CITP
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