[MUD-Dev] Database vs. Disk

Ben Garney bgarney at purdue.edu
Sat May 17 18:14:06 New Zealand Standard Time 2003


From: Tom

> I'm sure this has been addressed before, although I haven't found
> anything really direct so far. Aside from conjecture, does anyone
> have some practical experience using a database as opposed to disk
> for storing MUD objects, or projects and experience similar
> enough.

Personally, I'd suggest looking at a embedded object-oriented DB
system, such as POST++, as opposed to a commucation-based relational
database system.

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