I’ve been pretty excited about Google’s LevelDB, not to mention there are some really old tanks already in the battle field like BDB, Tokyo Cabinet (Kyoto Cabinet as new one), HamsterDB etc. Fortunately I’ve already worked with Kyoto Cabinet and when I looked at the benchmarks I was totally blown away.
His benchmark results are radically different than the ones published in the LevelDB benchmark.
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