tdamas at gmail.com
Sun Jul 31 15:17:07 EDT 2005
Is SQLite3 the fastest storage backend for bogofilter?
2005/7/31, Matthias Andree <matthias.andree at gmx.de>:
> Stefan Bellon <sbellon at sbellon.de> writes:
> >> 1 Berkeley DB
> >> 2 Berkeley DB Transactional
> >> 3 QDBM
> >> 4 SQLite3
> >> 5 TDB
> > As you all know, I maintain the RISC OS port of Bogofilter. On RISC OS
> > there was no such database available, so I ported TDB. That was too
> > slow, so I ported QDBM and used that for quite some time. In the
> > meantime somebody else has ported SQLite3 and I switched to using that
> > because it's even faster. Berkeley DB is not available for RISC OS and
> > I doubt anybody will port it in the near future. So, I would vote for
> > SQLite3. If you decide to only continue Berkeley DB, then I'd have to
> > split RISC OS Bogofilter from the mainstream Bogofilter.
> SQLite3 will be supported through future versions.
> The plan is to ditch TDB as it's slow and I believe not widely used.
> The split-out TDB is unmaintained, and TDB is not documented properly.
> Matthias Andree
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