[bind10-dev] Blog comment from BDB developer

Lars-Göran Forsberg lg at forsberg.eu
Thu Jun 24 10:40:26 UTC 2010

On Jun 24, 2010, at 12:15 PM, Shane Kerr wrote:

> All,
> Interesting comment on the BIND 10 blog today:
> https://www.isc.org/community/blog/201004/why-sqlite3#comment-510
>        Comment by Gregory Burd (not verified) on 23 Jun 2010 
>        We here in the Berkeley DB group within Oracle would be happy to
>        support your testing efforts comparing BDB SQL(ite) with native
>        SQLite. I'm fairly confident that you'll see a dramatic
>        difference in concurrency, throughput and query execution time.
>        This, to me, seems like a great way to provide value to those
>        who use BIND10 with the minimal effort. A configuration-time
>        switch to choose BDB SQL(ite) or native SQLite would provide
>        your customers with an easy way to improve performance and help
>        you avoid all that custom engineering to improve performance by
>        working around SQLite restrictions (using multiple database
>        files for instance). Please contact me if you'd like to do this
>        work with us.
>        regards, and thanks for your hard work,
>        -greg
> I think that's very cool, since I was hoping for BDB support in the next
> 3 months. :)

Could not agree more! So, get to work! :)

Don't hesitate to ask if you need input from me regarding using BDB with the DLZ library in older versions of Bind (if that can be of any help at all). 


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