[Spambayes] Moving between i686 and x86_64 'systems'

Jason Ahrens jason at cougarcorp.net
Thu Apr 20 09:51:27 CEST 2006

Hmm.. I didn't tell it what to use, but it seems you're right:

$ file .hammiedb
.hammiedb: Berkeley DB (Hash, version 8, native byte-order)

I'll try recreating with pickle and seeing what happens. Thanks for the 


On Thu, 20 Apr 2006, Tony Meyer wrote:

>> The only problem program at this point is Spambayes. The database is not
>> compatible between 32bit and 64bit systems.
>> I don't suppose anyone has found a way to use spambayes between 32 and 64
>> bit systems?
> What database are you using?  I'm 95% sure that pickle would work.  I'm 90% 
> sure that ZODB (if you're using SpamBayes 1.1a1) would work.  I'm 90% sure 
> that one of the SQL backends would work.  I'm 90% sure that you're using 
> bsddb and it doesn't work.
> =Tony.Meyer
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