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Re: [cacti-announce] Cacti 0.8.6j Released (fwd)

  • From: Aaron Glenn
  • Date: Thu Feb 08 06:23:17 2007
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On 2/7/07, Ray Burkholder <[email protected]> wrote:

Going back to this thread, deals in financial transaction databases where they store millions of ticks. They appear to have a transactional based language with a solution that appears to be robust and fail resistant.

I'm sure it has a price tag that goes along with the capabilities.

Anyone encountered this before?

hmm, that is quite interesting. and apparently people out there _are_ using it for things like counter values and what not - based on their FAQ. I'd absolutely love to know more about the algorithms and math behind something like kdb+