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* Fast lookups: A successful lookup in a large database normally takes
just two disk accesses. An unsuccessful lookup takes only one.
* Low overhead: A database uses 2048 bytes, plus 24 bytes per record,
plus the space for keys and data.
* No random limits: cdb can handle any database up to 4 gigabytes.
There are no other restrictions; records don't even have to fit into
memory. Databases are stored in a machine-independent format.
* Fast atomic database replacement: cdbmake can rewrite an entire
database two orders of magnitude faster than other hashing packages.
* Fast database dumps: cdbdump prints the contents of a database in
cdbmake-compatible format.
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Translated and reviewed by Mario Blättermann on 2010-03-12
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