mikal at stillhq.com
Sat Jan 26 22:29:02 GMT 2002
On Wed, 23 Jan 2002, Michael Still wrote:
Hey all, I think the original point of my question about this got lost in
the licensing debate...
> I have been using it for one of my own open source projects (in the next
> release), and have a few questions...
> - is it ok for me to release tdb in my own codebase as a convenience
> library (libtdb?)? Are there any plans to do this for Samba anyway
> which I might conflict with?
This is not a license question -- my code is GPL. It is common politeness.
Does anyone object to me distributing a snapshot of tdb in my own code? Do
they object if I install this as libtdb? Does samba have any plans for
this as a separate library that I might conflict with?
> - I have developed some basic docbook SGML man pages for the tdb calls
> I feel I understand well enough, would you like a copy of them?
> And finally, the big ugly question...
The offer of the docbook sgml for man pages on the tdb calls (most of
them) is still open.
> tdb is not as fast as I would like it to be. I was wondering if anyone had
> considered caching for the recently accessed keys in the database (perhaps
> the size of the cache being configurable on open)? My hope is that perhaps
> someone who understands the code a bit better can explain to me why it is
> a grossly terrrible idea before I go ahead and try to implement it.
The only comment that I have had here is that the caching would need to be
able to deal with multiple readers / writers. Does anyone have a feel
about any other issues I should be aware of?
Michael Still (mikal at stillhq.com)
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