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nmdb is a network database that uses the TIPC protocol to communicate with it's clients. nmdb consists of an in-memory cache, that
nmdb is a network database that uses the TIPC protocol to communicate with it's clients.
nmdb consists of an in-memory cache, that saves (key, value) pairs, and a persistent backend that stores the pairs on disk.
Both work combined, but the use of the backend is optional, so you can use the server only for cache queries, pretty much like memcached.
A library is provided to interact with the database and the cache in a very simple way. Python bindings are also available and come with the distribution.
It's written in C, in about 2000 lines of code, and depends on libevent (network polling) and qdbm (database backend).
It also requires a TIPC-enabled Linux kernel (TIPC is included in the kernel in versions >= 2.6.16), with it's matching userspace headers.
The license for the server is Open Software License 3.0, and the library is BOLA (Public Domain), so you can run the software anywhere, and link the library with whatever you want.
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