The Trivial Database Replication System provides a high-performance, replicated, distributed, peer-to-peer Unix DBM-style database built on TDB. A library with a published API, replication daemon, and userland tools are provided. The peer-to-peer design means that there are no single points of failure. Requests to retrieve data are served by a database copy on local disk, while requests to delete/add/modify data are sent over the network.
|Tags||Database Database Engines/Servers Software Development Libraries|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Unix|
Release Notes: This update adds a tiny bugfix to fix compilation on Debian GNU/Linux (and most likely some other platforms).
Release Notes: A number of small updates have been made in this pre-release version, including removal of a memory leak and improved configuration file parsing/checking.
Release Notes: This release updates the internal protocol to address potential 64-bit/32-bit interoperability issues.
No changes have been submitted for this release.