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Masthead

URL

http://www.mems-exchange.org/software/durus/

License
MIT
Platforms
Python
Version
3.9.2 (libdurus)
Maintainer
The current libdurus port maintainer may be contacted at tkadm30[at]yandex.com

DB API 2.0 Drivers

Not applicable. Durus is an object database, similar in approach to ZODB.

Comments

Durus is a persistent object system for applications written in the Python programming language. Durus offers an easy way to use and maintain a consistent collection of object instances used by one or more processes. Access and change of a persistent instances is managed through a cached Connection instance which includes commit() and abort() methods so that changes are transactional.

Programming Model

The programming interface is nearly the same as ZODB (Durus is heavily influenced by the ZODB design). Durus aggressively caches data and does not do locking. As a result it performs very well for applications do mostly reading and only a little writing. See the FAQ

Comments

Supported Python Applications

Pros

  • Supports epoll through the python-epoll extension.

Cons

Durus (last edited 2016-08-23 10:12:45 by tkadm30)

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