I’m not sure exactly but it looks like the version I’m using is from 2003.
I didn’t realize people JDBM was being actively developed again. Do you recommend the CVS version? It looks like if I just move to 1.0 I won’t get the DISABLE_TRANSACTIONS_AUTOCOMMITINTERVAL option.
Is there a high level overview of what has changed over the last few years anywhere? It doesn’t look like the CHANGES or README file has been updated in a while.
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Kevin Day
Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2006 4:46 PM
To: JDBM General listserv
Subject: re: [Jdbm-general] Transaction memory size
What code are you running? The code was updated on 8/22/05 to provide DISABLE_TRANSACTIONS_AUTOCOMMITINTERVAL option - this option is enabled by default, so you should be able to use it out of the box to get the behavior you are asking about.
The very latest version of code in CVS has the default for this value set at 10,000 pages, which is ~80 MB - you've got to write a *lot* of data before the auto-commit hits. You can adjust the value downwards by setting the jdbm.disableTransactions.autoCommitInterval property to a lower number.
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