On 17/05/07, Bill Kelly <billk / cts.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Essentially I'm looking for something that acts like a ruby Hash,
> is nearly as fast as a ruby Hash, but is persistent.  It should
> also be able to remember gigabytes of information on disk, while
> not using a ton of resident RAM in the process.
>
> Also, when I restart the ruby process, the overhead when
> initially "connecting to or opening" this persistent hash should
> be very minimal before I can start using it.
>
> Does such a beast exist?
>
> From what I've read, it seems like the Berkeley DB might fit the
> bill; although I'm a little worried I couldn't find the cost of
> a commercial license listed anywhere on the website.
>
> Are there other options besides BDB?
>
>
> Thanks,
>
> Regards,
>
> Bill

SQLite?

Farrel