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rqlite 7.5.0: Trading durability for write performance

rqlite is an open-source, lightweight, distributed relational database, which uses SQLite as its storage engine. Written in Go, It’s trivial to deploy, and easy to use.

Release 7.5.0 adds Queued Writes. This is the first time rqlite allows users to trade-off durability for much higher write performance.

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Testing rqlite read consistency

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

Nienke Eijsvogel, Ruben van Baarle and Daan de Graaf recently ran Jepsen-style testing of rqlite. Their tests showed that rqlite maintains linearizability of record insertion and modification, provided strong read consistency is enabled.  Check out the full results on GitHub.

rqlite 7.0: Designing Node Discovery and Automatic Clustering

rqlite is a lightweight, open-source, distributed relational database written in Go, which uses SQLite as its storage engine and Raft for distributed consensus. Release 7.0 is out now and introduces the first wave of new Node Discovery and Automatic Clustering  features.

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