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[GNUnet-developers] using gdbm for content

From: Uli Luckas
Subject: [GNUnet-developers] using gdbm for content
Date: Sat, 4 May 2002 21:09:07 +0200

attached is a patch, that makes gnunet use a gdbm file for storing content.
The patch does not change any basic design but implements the structure of 
the data/content directory to a gdbm file.
Where in the original work a hash key has been maped to content through the 
file name, hash key and content are now mapped through gdbm's record 

For now the system uses the configured content dir name with an extension of 
".gdb as file name for the database.

Please let me know, what you think of this approach and consider applying 
this patch (generated against current cvs) to the main tree, as thousands of 
content files mess up debians default regular system maintainance jobs 
through inefficiency.


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