rqlite Versions 8.20.0 to 8.22.2: Enhancements in Stability, Performance, and Data Handling

rqlite, the lightweight, open-source, distributed relational database written in Go and built on SQLite, has seen a series of significant updates enhancing its robustness, efficiency, and feature set.

With releases from 8.20.0 to 8.22.2, rqlite continues to evolve, driven by community input and a commitment to providing a high-quality, distributed database solution.

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rqlite 8.17.0 & 8.18.0: Scheduled VACUUMs and Enhanced JSON Support

rqlite is a lightweight, easy-to-use, open-source, distributed relational database. It’s written in Go and uses SQLite as its storage engine.

rqlite has recently seen two significant upgrades with the release of versions 8.17.0 and 8.18.0. These releases introduce new features that enhance both performance and functionality.

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New Helm support for rqlite

rqlite is a lightweight, open-source, distributed relational database utilizing SQLite as its storage engine. Thanks to Jason Tackaberry, there are new Helm Charts for rqlite.

Helm helps you manage Kubernetes applications — Helm Charts help you define, install, and upgrade even the most complex Kubernetes application. rqlite already integrates really well with Kubernetes and Helm support makes it even easier to manage your rqlite deployment.

rqlite 8.10.0 – load large SQLite datasets fast

rqlite is a lightweight, open-source, distributed relational database written in Go, utilizing SQLite as its storage engine.

Release v8.10.0 introduces a new, high-performance, initialize-from-SQLite option. Known as Boot loading, it allows an rqlite node to be loaded with large (multi-GB) datasets, with the time taken to boot the node determined only by disk performance.

Philip O'Toole