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++ for every answer in this thread. I'm very pleased with your responses. But there can only be one.... and this time it's tilly. I've been busy all afternoon reading the replies, reading docs and installing Berkeley-related stuff, but now I've run the first few tests after a pretty short time writing. I like BerkeleyDB that much, that I've decided to write most of my logic in perl. Smile!

The script runs pretty fast for small amounts of data, up to 100k items was no problem. Now I'm waiting for the 1M test as I write. Will keep you posted here.

Thanks a lot,

Jeroen
"We are not alone"(FZ)


In reply to Re: Re (tilly) 1: Sorting data that don't fit in memory by jeroenes
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