During testing and debugging, it has been observed that newer Linux versions have produced noticeably larger core files than would be expected from memory usage statistics. A core file is normally close...blog
Uh-oh...it happens. Perhaps you ran shy of memory. Or worse, you violate FairCom’s cardinal rule of transaction logs: You ran out of drive space. Your c‑treeACE process unexpectedly dies. FairCom asks to...blog
Many Windows platform developers are familiar with a c‑tree utility that shipped with earlier versions of c‑treeACE:ctntinst.exe, the c‑tree NT Installation Utility. This utility installed c‑treeACE as a Windows service. However, since...blog
With the start of spring, can tax time be far away? When it comes time to pay, will you use “cryptocurrency”? This is one name for virtual currency or digital currency. The...blog
FairCom has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems. The annual Gartner Magic Quadrant report evaluates vendors within the market, offering in-depth analyses of strengths...blog
As the year draws to a close, it’s a good time to reflect on the many exciting achievements of 2014. We have put together a retrospective of a few of these stories....blog
As the year draws to a close, everyone likes to make their predictions for the future (see Evaldo’s blog at Dataversityfor his thoughts on 2015). We strongly believe that Big Data will...blog
c‑treeACE V10.0 introduced shared memory connections for localhost Unix/Linux connections allowing much faster local client/server communication. Windows users had enjoyed this support with prior versions. Shared-memory communication between clients and servers residing...