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nar at hush.com
Fri Jan 23 11:18:22 CET 2009
This may be a dumb question but have you tried sqlite? It's pretty
robust and fits in the same mold that berkeleydb does without all the
crashing and lament. I'm a pretty big fan of SQL in general, but..
thats just me.
And, there's always MySQL, but I'm guessing you need something that's
per-machine/process and not centralized service?
If you could be more verbose in the description of the problem it'd
probably be easier to suggest.
On Jan 23, 2009, at 2:04 AM, Drew Perttula wrote:
> Shannon -jj Behrens wrote:
>> A newbie nugget on Supervisord would be cool.
> I can talk about supervisor anytime. I'm using it to run 32
> processes on bigasterisk.com as we speak, and one of them is another
> supervisor with 7 more processes :)
> On another topic, does anyone have experience with the other dbm
> modules such as tokyo cabinet? I'm looking for something to use
> instead of berkeleydb since I'm sick of dealing with berkeleydb
> corruptions every several days. I can't manage to settle on a 'safe'
> config since I use multiple machines and distros. I'm ready to give
> up some write performance for robustness.
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