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Terracotta Ehcache Integration

Hello , it will be good if you make alliance with terra-cotta ehcache. Their distributed memory cache is very fast.IF we mix with your engine. It will be very great for us. kadirbasol
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Threaded Test - Failed to commit transaction: Unexpected internal exception

to the put method - it seems that when both put and take are synchronized the consumer is fast as
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TimeSeries and ObjectDB

/ and it will still be fast to load a specific timeserie (same as before) - there is no overhead of having each
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Tomcat + JPA Problem

6. Are you using Tomcat 7? thx 4 the fast support.   I fixed the Problem. I was using Tomcat 6.0.4
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Unexpected exception (Error 990)

the new schema? After restarting the server, do you still get this exception? Thanks a lot for the fast
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Waterfall tree algorithm for more optimized version of objectdb or

/waterfalltree/overview   the documentation tells , it makes db very fast here is algorithm on youtube :  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9igsoqy_jc kadirbasol
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Weird issue with variable naming

(which calls toString()), your whole query goes wrong after debugging!! thanks for a fast fix, Alex Yes
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Excellent support

After years of evaluation and development using objectdb, we are finally about to release a product.  There have been bugs to deal with, but we have stayed with objectdb because it is as fast as it promises, and the support when we have had problems has been first class.  Thanks for a superb
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in-memory and on-disk support?

I've had a quick read through the features/FAQ and haven't been able to find a clear answer. I'm looking at replacing a setup of H2 where I have 40GB in-memory backed by 800GB on-disk, the 40GB in memory represents the first 40GB of the 800GB on-disk for super-fast recent entry searching
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[ODB1] Chapter 1 - About ObjectDB

is Very Fast ObjectDB has very good performance. It can store and retrieve thousands of objects per second. Even queries on millions of objects are very fast, when proper indexes are defined. ObjectDB