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GrapheekDB is a pure Python graph database which is fast and lightweight

Project description

Getting started :

Tutorial :

Tests and documentation :

code base test coverage is currently : 99 %

documentation is a work in progress

Backends :

It can use various KVS (Key/Value Store) backends :

Known issues :

There’s an issue when running all tests as it opens a lot of files

You may need to raise limits before running tests.

If you want to raise those limits permanently, on Linux, you’ll need to edit /etc/security/limits.conf and add those lines :

username soft nofile 8192 username hard nofile 8192

  • Change username to fit your needs

  • 8192 appeared to be enough for tests to run

Then, depending on your linux distribution, you may need to edit /etc/pam.d/login to add :

session required /lib/security/pam_limits.so

About me :

I’m a freelance working with Python and Django since 2000. You can find more information on my Website : Nidus (In French)

If you have interesting projects (involving GrapheekDB or not), don’t hesitate to contact me :)

See you

Contributors :

  • Edwin Cox (sqlite3 and shelve backends)

  • Pasdavoine (bug tracking and fixing)

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