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  • Micron Releases HSE 3.0 Open-Source Storage Engine

    Phoronix: Micron Releases HSE 3.0 Open-Source Storage Engine

    In early 2020 the software engineers at Micron announced an open-source storage engine designed for SSDs and persistent memory. The storage engine prided itself on being a speedy key-value store database and there was also a MongoDB-based implementation. Last year HSE 2.0 debuted and the updated storage engine no longer relied on modifications to the Linux kernel and now strictly a user-space based solution. This week the Micron engineers are celebrating HSE 3.0 as their latest work on this open-source storage engine...

    https://www.phoronix.com/news/Micron-HSE-3.0-Released

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    Excellent! The only question left is: when will we see Phoronix benchmarks against HSE 3.0? Comparison of stock MongoDB to Mongo on HSE?

    Cheers!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by jochendemuth View Post
      Excellent! The only question left is: when will we see Phoronix benchmarks against HSE 3.0? Comparison of stock MongoDB to Mongo on HSE?

      Cheers!
      damn you.



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      • #4
        There are too many catch words used in their self description. Most probably vapor ware.

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        • #5
          Hard to call something "vaporware" that is actively available.

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