P Kishor wrote: > On Fri, Apr 24, 2009 at 5:27 AM, John Stanton <jo...@viacognis.com> wrote: > >> Sqlte provides COMMIT and ROLLBACK unlike Berkeley. If you can get by >> without the advanced features of Sqlite, then use Berkely and take >> advantage of its simplicity and faster execution. >> > > BDB does support transactions... > > http://www.oracle.com/technology/documentation/berkeley-db/xml/gsg_xml_txn/cxx/usingtxns.html > > In fact, BDB acts as the (a) transactional layer in MySQL (the > alternative is InnoDB). > > Of course, other advantages of SQLite still apply. A key-value > metaphor can only be pushed so far. > > Guess what make BDB run faster - no transactions. If you are not using transactions BDB mght be for you. Personally as a long time user of BDB in various ways I have a very poor opinion of it. It has a very different application to Sqlite.
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