=> COFF since it's left Unix history behind.
On 2021-Feb-16 21:08:15 -0700, Grant Taylor via TUHS <tuhs(a)minnie.tuhs.org> wrote:
I like SQLite and Berkeley DB in that they don't
require a full RDBMS
running. Instead, an application can load what it needs and access the
I also like SQLite and use it quite a lot. It is a full RDBMS, it
just runs inside the client instead of being a separate backend
server. (BDB is a straight key:value store).
I don't remember how many files SQLite uses to
store a DB.
One file. I often ship SQLite DB files between systems for various
reasons and agree that the "one file" is much easier that a typical RDBMS.