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Re: Replacement Memory Engine



Project is a first iteration replacement of the memory engine that we currently use for temporary tables. The table does not need to be concurrent in design (aka, not knowledge of threads needed).


1) Take a protobuffer and represent an in-memory table.
2) Make use of the pool API from boost.
3) Support both hash and btree indexes.
4) Support all of the basic mechanics of a SE (insert, update, delete,etc...)


On Mar 30, 2010, at 1:18 PM, Vijay Samuel wrote:

Hello, I'm Vijay Samuel and I am trying to get into Google Summer Of
Code,2010. I'm currently doing my second year BE Computer Science and
Engineering in PSG College of Technology, India. I'm very interested in
the replacement memory engine project proposed for summer of code.

I took time to read about the project proposal and I felt that it suits
me a lot since im interested in data structures and have completed a
course in it as a part of my college curriculum.

What are the data structures that may be required for the project and
are any additional competencies required for this project? I ve been
hanging out in the irc channel of drizzle and getting my self familiar
with the standards of drizzle and have also done a simple task also.

I wish to know more about the project before applying for it. By knowing
more I can put forth some of my ideas which may help the project. I'm
eagerly waiting for your reply.

Thank You
Vijay Samuel .A
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