Data/File Structure and Algorithm for Retrieving Sorted Data Chunk Efficiently
jcarlson at uci.edu
Fri Oct 8 05:49:29 CEST 2004
> > Another problem is, the list update action could take a long time and
> > big memory. The list could shrink and expand. Do I have to sort them
> > all in memory and then update the textfile _everytime_ it's changed?
> I don't understand this thread. If you're trying to implement a real
> system, why don't you use MySQL? You're at nowhere near the traffic
> level where that approach runs out of gas.
Or even the included bsddb.btree database (remember to translate to/from
strings, open using bsddb.btopen() ).
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