fastest native python database?
perfreem at gmail.com
Wed Jun 17 23:47:57 EDT 2009
i would like to add to my previous post that if an option like SQLite
with a python interface (pysqlite) would be orders of magnitude faster
than naive python options, i'd prefer that. but if that's not the
case, a pure python solution without dependencies on other things
would be the best option.
thanks for the suggestion, will look into gadfly in the meantime.
On Jun 17, 11:38 pm, Emile van Sebille <em... at fenx.com> wrote:
> On 6/17/2009 8:28 PM per said...
> > hi all,
> > i'm looking for a native python package to run a very simple data
> > base. i was originally using cpickle with dictionaries for my problem,
> > but i was making dictionaries out of very large text files (around
> > 1000MB in size) and pickling was simply too slow.
> > i am not looking for fancy SQL operations, just very simple data base
> > operations (doesn't have to be SQL style) and my preference is for a
> > module that just needs python and doesn't require me to run a separate
> > data base like Sybase or MySQL.
> You might like gadfly...
> > does anyone have any recommendations? the only candidates i've seen
> > are snaklesql and buzhug... any thoughts/benchmarks on these?
> > any info on this would be greatly appreciated. thank you
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