Thanks to all that responded:
Ted Nolan SRI Ft Gordon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
email@example.com (David Muir Sharnoff)
David Sammut <firstname.lastname@example.org>
ave Fetrow <email@example.com>
firstname.lastname@example.org (David Blackman)
Jas (Matthew K) <matt@uts.EDU.AU>
email@example.com (Stefan Jon Silverman)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Pope)
Darryl Wagoner <email@example.com>
It seems this subject has been covered before, so apologises, I didn't know.
I ftp'd various suggested packages.
The one I really liked was 'Typhoon'
from Thomas B. Pedersen <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This is available from
sunsite.unc.edu under /pub/Linux/devel/db/typhoon-1.10.tgz
You build the DB using a database description language that understands
C Structures. It doesn't do locking yet but that isn't an issue for me.
There's then a C API. Features include duplicate secondary indices, which
is a must for my particular application. It's much better to use than C-ISAM.
David Muir Sharnoff passed on a useful document of PD UNIX DBs.The latest
version of the document can be ftp'd:
pub/free-databases from ftp.idiom.com.
Lots of people suggested:
Thanks again for this response.
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