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Building a highly-available search engine using SQLite

Did you know that SQLite contains a full text search engine? The SQLite FTS4 and FTS5 Extensions allow you to perform full-text searches on documents loaded into SQLite.

And since rqlite uses SQLite as its database engine, rqlite makes it really easy to deploy a highly-available search engine – and one you can interact with using SQL and HTTP.

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Latest updates to rqlite 8.23

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

rqlite has been updated to versions 8.23.1 through 8.23.3, bringing a series of targeted improvements to refine its internal operations and enhance overall stability. These updates focus on advancing the database’s core functionality through code refactoring and important bug fixes.

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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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