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20060117 on i686 GNU/Linux

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    I installed sqlite3, and configured mt-daapd with both –enable-sqlite and –enable-sqlite3. I set the db_type to be sqlite3 and deleted the old database. Fired up mt-daapd and everything’s a go. I re-added my smart playlists and they worked great as well. I can’t really tell what sqlite3 is doing for me that sqlite2 wasn’t, but either way, it’s working and seems stable enough (I haven’t stress tested it or anything).



    Yeah, me neither. πŸ™‚ I hoped there would be a magical performance boost, but no, damn it. πŸ™‚

    I guess the biggest thing is that the db stuff isn’t dependant on one specific kind of database — in theory, it would be easy to make a postgres backend, or a mysql backend, or (dare I say it) a gdbm database (again).

    little more flexibility, really.

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