[erlang-questions] Erlang with BDB
Fri Aug 10 21:13:52 CEST 2007
Sending this again as I apparently hit 'reply' instead of 'reply all'.
On 8/9/07, Chris Newcombe <chris.newcombe@REDACTED> wrote:
> >> Has any one here used BDB with Erlang before?
> >> Can anyone share his experience with Erlang & BDB?
> Yes. In my opinion and experience, BDB is an excellent match for Erlang.
> For instance, BDB is implemented as a C library and it has such
> high code-quality that it is relatively low risk to use it directly from
> inside the Erlang VM as a port-driver (shared library). This gives you a
> very high performance, concurrent, local-disk transactional store for
> arbitrary Erlang data.
> Also, BDB's replication technology is a very interesting option for adding
> fault-tolerance and scalability to many types of system.
> I recently spent considerable time enhancing Scott Lystig Fritchie's EDTK
> project to improve support for BDB, and add support for BDB-HA. You can
> find it here:
> Important: BDB a 'sharp tool' that can be painful if you mis-use it. I
> spent a lot of time making the interface between Erlang and BDB as seemless,
> natural, and safe as possible (while retaining high performance). But if
> you abuse the BDB API ( i.e. violate the documented pre-conditions on a
> given function, by calling them in the wrong order) then you can still cause
> any amount of havoc. Please read the following file careful before use.
> I hope this helps,
> On 8/9/07, Ahmed Ali <ahmed.nawras@REDACTED> wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I'd like to use an external BerkeleyDB (BDB) with Erlang. Mnesia is good
> > for me but requirements are to use BDB or MySQL. I searched in the internet
> > and found that MySQL has more support for Erlang than BDB but I want to use
> > BDB. Has any one here used BDB with Erlang before? Can anyone share his
> > experience with Erlang & BDB? Any information is appreciated. Thanks.
> > Best regards,
> > Ahmed Al-Issaei
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