I’m sorry for the continuing barge of email. Can you elaborate at all on the option for a reduced durability mode? It sounds like it may be a good fit for my current task but I don’t see anything in RecordManagerOptions.
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Kevin Day
Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2006 9:53 AM
To: JDBM General listserv
Subject: re: [Jdbm-general] Transaction memory size
At minimum, I would recommend grabbing the 1.0 release. In terms of changes that have been made, your best bet is to look at the commit logs - but the differences between the .13 and 1.0 release were very minor (mostly updates of comments and that sort of thing - a few bug fixes).
The auto-commit interval option is only available in the current development build (HEAD), which is undergoing some significant development right now... As of today, it appears to be relatively stable (I'm not aware of any glaring problems with the code base, all unit tests pass, etc...), but it is a development build...
If you are comfortable running a development build, then take a crack at HEAD - otherwise, you'll have to periodically call commit()...
Other major features in the current development build:
A revamped serialization system that optionally allows association of serializers with records
BTree key compression
Option for running in a reduced durability mode (this makes the system faster, at the cost of potentially losing comitted transactions during a crash. The database will not get corrupted during a crash, though).
There may be others, but those are the three that come immediately to mind...
If you do work with HEAD and run into anything, be sure to post!
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