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KenThompson wrote:
A database for this application isn't acceptable.


So its better to write half of a database on your own instead of using e.g. SQLlite[^]?


KenThompson wrote:
Does this make sense?


I think no. You would only ever work on buffers managed by the OS. The Harddisk-Heads would ascend and decend its cylinders all the time, doing the read/write out of order.



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