[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). 

Regards,
LG

> 
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> Shane
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