Provides persistent, embedded, dictionary, and memory stores.
Use the material in this section to learn how to use and
Provides structured data storage, using networks of streams.
Introduction to Stores
A store is a collection of streams and is a fundamental part of the operating system.
A store is persistent if you can close it, re-open it, and then gain access to the same data. For example, data files on disk are persistent data stores.
An embedded store can contain an arbitrarily complex network of streams and is a persistent store.
Dictionary stores are stores where the streams are accessed using a UID, rather than directly by stream ID.
Introduces in-RAM stores.
Describes how to use transactions.
Space reclamation and compaction
Topics related to reclamation and compaction.
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