rocksdb - Pure C++ Node.js RocksDB binding serving as the back-end to LevelUP

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rocksdb is based on the LevelDown code, which was extracted from LevelUP and now serves as a stand-alone binding for LevelDB. The native code in rocksdb is based on Facebooks fork of LevelDB.It is strongly recommended that you use LevelUP in preference to rocksdb unless you have measurable performance reasons to do so. LevelUP is optimised for usability and safety. Although we are working to improve the safety of the rocksdb interface it is still easy to crash your Node process if you don't do things in just the right way.


abstract-leveldown : ~3.0.0
bindings : ~1.3.0
fast-future : ~1.0.2
nan : ~2.8.0
prebuild-install : ^2.1.0



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