[Digikam-users] Using digikam in pure NFS environment
treeve at scarlet.be
Sun Jun 4 18:05:11 BST 2006
On Sunday 04 June 2006 18:47, Halim Issa wrote:
> Hi Gilles, and thanks for the quick reply. I understand that this is an
> SQLite problem, but the workaround proposed in the two links is somewhat
> problematic as it seems to assume that the users local ~/.kde/ directory is
> not NFS-mounted, which it is in our case.
> Does this mean that we will have to wait with DigiKam until SQLite has been
> fixed, or could there be another solution we can try?
perhaps digikam should use a generic interface, such as libdbi
<http://libdbi.sourceforge.net>, which would allow the use of a proper
multi-user, shared database, such as firebird or postgresql.
libdbi implements a database-independent abstraction layer in C, similar to
the DBI/DBD layer in Perl. Writing one generic set of code, programmers can
leverage the power of multiple databases and multiple simultaneous database
connections by using this framework.
> I've tried googling for this bug number in SQLite without success - do you
> have a bug request number for this to check progress with the SQLite
> Thanks again!
> On Sunday 04 June 2006 18:33, digikam-users-request at kde.org wrote:
> > > So if anyone could kindly post some advise on where to find a
> > > webpage/document that describes how I should properly handle this, I
> > > would _greatly_ appreciate it!
> > >
> > > Thanks again for a magnificent program!
> > Yes this is a main sqlite problem. Look here :
> > http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=116252
> > http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.kde.digikam.devel/2166/
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