Oracle Berkeley DB Writing In-Memory Applications 11g Release 2

This document describes how to write a DB application that keeps its data entirely in memory. That is, the application writes no data to disk. For this reason, in-memory only applications typically discard all data durability guarantees.

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Oracle Berkeley DB Writing In-Memory Applications 11g Release 2
Introduction… 2
Resources to be Managed… 2
Strategies… 3
Keeping the Database in Memory… 4
Keeping Environments in Memory… 5
Sizing the Cache… 7
Specifying a Cache Size using the Database Handle… 7
Specifying a Cache Size using the Environment Handle… 9
Keeping Temporary Overflow Pages in Memory… 11
Keeping Logs in Memory… 11
In-Memory Replicated Applications… 14
Example In-Memory Application… 15

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