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kwetlesen/libmdbx

Project ID: 56209

Description

libmdbx is an extremely fast, compact, powerful, embedded, transactional key-value store database, with permissive license. MDBX has a specific set of properties and capabilities, focused on creating unique lightweight solutions with extraordinary performance.

This package hand-built with ❤️ by Kai W.

Installation Instructions

LibMDBX is distributed as three packages, libmdbx, libmdbx-utils, and libmdbx-devel. Their purposes are as follows:

  • libmdbx: core libraries implementing mdbx in an application.
  • libmdbx-devel: compiler headers required for building against LibMDBX.
  • libmdbx-utils: utilities useful in maintaining MDBX databases.

For developers: each package provides a set of debug symbols as a separate package. Install [package name]-debuginfo for that package's specific debug symbols.

Active Releases

The following unofficial repositories are provided as-is by owner of this project. Contact the owner directly for bugs or issues (IE: not bugzilla).

Release Architectures Repo Download
Centos-stream 8 aarch64 (469)*, ppc64le (413)*, x86_64 (466)* Centos-stream 8 (31 downloads)
Centos-stream 9 aarch64 (469)*, ppc64le (413)*, x86_64 (465)* Centos-stream 9 (35 downloads)
EPEL 8 aarch64 (475)*, ppc64le (413)*, s390x (413)*, x86_64 (593)* EPEL 8 (133 downloads)
EPEL 9 aarch64 (413)*, ppc64le (413)*, s390x (413)*, x86_64 (413)* EPEL 9 (26 downloads)
Fedora 35 aarch64 (470)*, armhfp (413)*, i386 (415)*, ppc64le (413)*, s390x (413)*, x86_64 (478)* Fedora 35 multilib x86_64+i386 (58 downloads)
Fedora 36 aarch64 (467)*, armhfp (413)*, i386 (413)*, ppc64le (413)*, s390x (414)*, x86_64 (497)* Fedora 36 multilib x86_64+i386 (89 downloads)
Mageia 8 aarch64 (417)*, i586 (433)*, x86_64 (416)* Mageia 8 (28 downloads)

* Total number of packages downloaded in the last seven days.