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Tue Dec 22 04:09:59 UTC 2020
Quoth Russ Allbery <eagle at eyrie.org>:
> ovdb has historically required some porting to new versions of BerkelyDB,
> although as the development pace of BerkeleyDB has stalled, it's come up
Well, SQLite ought to do better there, since its stated goals include
long-term stability and compatibility.
The need for multiple ovdb_monitor processes always looked odd to me.
It's a weird design if it allows things to go so wrong that the next
regular client to access the database can't fix it.
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