Rqlite 7.0 Released For Distributed Relational Database Built Atop SQLite
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 26 January 2022 at 12:00 AM EST. 7 Comments
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Rqlite 7.0 is now available as a lightweight, distributed relational database. This open-source database system for cluster setups is built atop SQLite while aiming to be easy-to-use and fault-tolerant.

Rqlite 7.0 adds new node discovery and automatic clustering functionality. The auto-clustering support is using Consul and etcd key-value stores. The hope is that the new node-discovery integration of Rqlite 7.0 will lead to much easier automatic clustering support while the legacy discovery mode is being discontinued.

Rqlite 7.0 also has several fixes and other changes. More details on this SQLite-powered distributed relational database update via GitHub.
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