[pacman-dev] Tar backend for local db

Thomas Bächler thomas at archlinux.org
Thu Nov 1 05:55:01 EDT 2012

Am 01.11.2012 10:41, schrieb Alexander Rødseth:
> I would recommend sqlite. It is really fast (faster than mysql and
> postgresql, when we're not talking about huge datasets), and just a
> small dependency to add. It's also used by several other projects, so
> it's likely that it would be installed as a dependency on a system
> sooner or later.

While this sounds nice, there is one problem:

There would be two distinct backends: One for local DBs, once for sync
DBs. It's a situation that we may not want - and switching sync
databases to sqlite is unlikely to happen.

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