1,498 results found for in-memory databases
Grails start two in-memory databases for dev/test? Grails start two in-memory databases for dev/test? Is there a way to start up two in-memory
http://stackoverflow.com/question...o-in-memory-databases-for-dev-test
How do in-memory databases provide durability? How do in-memory databases provide durability? The title says all, but more specifically, are there
http://stackoverflow.com/question...emory-databases-provide-durability
Generating transaction id for in-memory databases Generating transaction id for in-memory databases At the time of this writing, TRANSACTION_ID()
http://stackoverflow.com/question...saction-id-for-in-memory-databases
Patterns for filling in-memory databases with testing data Patterns for filling in-memory databases with testing data I would like to know what would
http://stackoverflow.com/question...memory-databases-with-testing-data
Are there any in-memory databases that support computed columns? Are there any in-memory databases that support computed columns? We have a SQL
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ases-that-support-computed-columns
Can in-memory SQLite databases scale with concurrency? Can in-memory SQLite databases scale with concurrency? In order to prevent a SQLite in-memory
http://stackoverflow.com/question...e-databases-scale-with-concurrency
Are there any in-memory JDBC databases that support XA distributed transactions? Are there any in-memory JDBC databases that support XA distributed
http://stackoverflow.com/question...upport-xa-distributed-transactions
What is happening to such distributed in-memory cloud databases as Hazelcast and Scalris if there is more Data to store than RAM in the cluster? What
http://stackoverflow.com/question...y-cloud-databases-as-hazelcast-and
horizontally. I don't want to rely on non-relational datagrams like CouchDB. Tags: fault-tolerance in-memory-database SQLite supports in-memory databases has
http://stackoverflow.com/question...database-with-linq-support-for-net
server (to listen on some TCP port) or the client (to connect to the server)? You might look at In-Memory Databases . For a network connection, you need a
http://stackoverflow.com/question...in-memory-tables-remote-connection