Projects / SPHiveDB


SPHiveDB is a server for SQLite database. It use JSON-RPC over HTTP to expose a network interface to use SQLite database. It supports combining multiple SQLite databases into one file. It also supports the use of multiple files. It is designed for the extreme sharding schema -- one SQLite database per user. It currently implements a C++/Java/Python client API.

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Recent releases

  •  06 Dec 2009 13:36

    Release Notes: This release upgrades SQLite to 3.6.20, and a PHP client API was added.

    •  18 Oct 2009 09:44

      Release Notes: JSON was replaced by protobuf's wire format to improve performance.

      •  11 Jul 2009 08:47

        Release Notes: A Python client API was added. A function for removing the database was added.

        •  04 Jul 2009 11:36

          Release Notes: A C++/Java client API and stress test tools were added. A lock failure problem was fixed.

          •  26 Jun 2009 14:24

            Release Notes: Multiple tables are supported. There are more detailed error messages.


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