thank you, it would indeed be great, if you could take a look.
Since my last mail we were able to track down two additional problems.
The first one really stops our show - I can't work around it.
1) Some SQL queries abort execution instead of returning values. It
occurs for queries/parameters without obvious connection. In the issue
on gitlab <https://gitlab.com/mdb/sqlightning/issues/5>
we found a
simple set of statements reproducing the problem.
2) Indices get corrupted <https://gitlab.com/mdb/sqlightning/issues/4>
if keys longer than 16kB are inserted. We simply avoided keys that long
We could start using sqlightning and thus have real multithreading on
our database, if you could fix the issue with the aborted statements.
Let me know, if I can do anything to support you in doing so.
Concerning repositories: Shall we move the issues to some other place?
Am 29.04.2015 um 04:24 schrieb Howard Chu:
Johannes Munk (P5) wrote:
> Dear Howard and OpenLDAP-team!
> First of all: thanks a lot for the great LMDB and all the effort you
> have put into it.
> In the last couple of weeks we have been trying to get LMDB/SQLightning
> to work as backend for our semantic network software.
> On that road we made LMDB compatible with Win8.1/MSVC2013 (see patches
> here <https://gitlab.com/lukas-w/lmdb/commits/p5
>), fixing scrambled
> and made SQLightning work with files greater than 4 GB
> But after some simple tests that worked, we ran into some issues, which
> we can't get a handle on. We have reported most of our issues here:
> It would be great, if you could take a peek!
Hi. Will take a look when time is available. Just to note, importing
the LMDB repos from gitorious to gitlab was unsuccessful/incomplete
and we never found any diagnostics on gitlab to indicate why. As such
we have given up on using both gitorious and gitlab. Ongoing work with
LMDB subprojects will be on github instead.
Development on LMDB itself will continue to occur in the main OpenLDAP
git repos, with read-only mirroring to github.