[erlang-questions] scalaris code posted
john s wolter
Thu Aug 7 16:58:53 CEST 2008
Oh, that sounds bad. I'll look into hypertable, maybe I can see someone on
a project using it. Most customers always go with what they know, right or
On Thu, Aug 7, 2008 at 3:16 AM, ERLANG <> wrote:
> Cool. One application of this could be planet scale changing data sets of
> satellite imaging data. The Chicago commodities companies also are always
> combing through mountains weather data for chop predictions.
> Have you heard about Hadoop distributed files system?
> We used Hadoop extensively with Nutch (a FullText Search Engine) during the
> last years.
> Hadoop, Nutch, and Lucene ... were all imagined by one person : Doug
> To be honest, Hadoop's was really a pain and the performance wasn't as good
> as we expected (
> lot of Java process crash after days of indexation and needed to be fixed
> manually. That was a challenge for us).
> Anyway, Hadoop basics are simple and one can come up with an Erlang
> implementation easily.
> On Wed, Aug 6, 2008 at 6:42 PM, ERLANG <> wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>> I found this interesting framework about scalable, reliable and
>> maximum performance
>> data storage system called "Hypertable" :
>> It's based on Google BigTable concept, but it's open source ;-)
>> enjoy reading
>> Le 23 juil. 08 à 23:07, Joe Armstrong a écrit :
>> > I just got mail to say the scalaris code is posted
>> > http://code.google.com/p/scalaris
>> > I've update my blog
>> > /Joe Armstrong
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