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Re: [Bacula-devel] Accurate file project hash tables


On Wednesday 26 March 2008 13:50:43 Peter Buschman wrote:
> At 22:24 25.3.2008, Kern Sibbald wrote:
> >We considered SQLite and rejected before starting the project because it
> > is too big for what we need both in the size of the code and in its
> >functionality.   SQL is not needed.
>
> I wasn't suggesting SQLite be used as-is.  Rather, I was thinking
> out-loud and wondering if it contained a usable disk-based hashing
> system within its codebase that might be liftable into Bacula.
>
> It sounds like Eric already researched and rejected that angle, however.

Actually, that is a possibility that I hadn't thought about - thanks.  I will 
take a look at his code.  I think he makes a clean separation between the SQL 
stuff and the disk indexing (binary tree if I remember right).

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