Relational database management system for UNIX
NoSQL is a fast, portable relational database management system without arbitrary limits (other than memory or processor speed) that runs under, and interacts with, the UNIX Operating system. It uses the Operator/Stream DBNS paradigm described in "UNIX Review," March 1991 Page 24, entitled "A 4GL Language." There are a number of 'operators' that each perform a unique function on the data. The "stream" is supplied by the UNIX Input/Output redirection mechanism. Therefore, each operator p[rocesses some data and then passes it along to the next operator via the Unix pipe function. This is very efficient as UNIX pipes are implemented in memory.
released on 18 September 2009
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|Seth LaForge; see also the ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS file in the distribution for a complete list||Contributor|
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