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  • Expanding Your Toolkit: Using Saved Lists at the Linux $ Prompt

    MutliValue isn't just something we do, it shapes how we think about data challenges. When we leave the comforts of our familiar tools, sometimes it's good to bring a little bit of "home" with us. This is an example of using an MV approach with non-MV environments.

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  • Linux Shared Memory and Your MultiValue Database

    There are a number of different ways for programs to pass data to each other. One of the most common in the MultiValue world is using disk. (Remember the old "port" files?) Sometimes, however, this can still be a bottleneck. You might want to consider putting that data into shared memory.

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