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Re: Announcing RDFdb

From: Carl Lagoze <lagoze@cs.cornell.edu>
Date: Mon, 4 Sep 2000 07:31:21 -0400
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Sergey,
I had to make one additional change to build under Solaris:
replace
LIBS = -ldb -lpthread -lsocket
to
LIBS = -ldb -lpthread -lsocket -lnsl
Carl
 
 
Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2000 05:37:56 -0700 (PDT)

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Subject: Re: Announcing RDFdb



Guha, Jeen,



the only change I made on Solaris was to include the socket library for

linking, i.e. in makefile, replace



	LIBS     = -ldb -lpthread

by

	LIBS     = -ldb -lpthread -lsocket



Guha, query optimization for a homogeneous triple store might need some

novel techniques. A traditional DBMS can hardly maintain

useful statistics across all value combinations. Therefore, bad query

plans are often generated. I have some ideas, let's talk about it, 

I'll be back next week.



Sergey





On Fri, 18 Aug 2000, Guha wrote:



> Hi Sergey,

> 

>  Did you have to make any chage to the code to get it running

> on Solaris?

> 

>  I have plans of supporting reification. Just haven't done it yet.

> 

>  The indexes are currently built on b-trees provided by Sleepycat.

>  I am working on a "nested hash" structure which is more appropriate

> for graphs. The "join algorithm" is fairly straightforward and

> only uses conjunct ordering for optimization. I plan to implement

> a lot of the optimizations used in cyc, lore, etc.

> 

>  Thanks! Do you have any suggestions, advice, etc? We should talk

> about this sometime.

> 

>  Guha

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