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number of buckets is smaller than the number of items, then when you go
to fetch an item from a bucket, you might then have to search through
all the items in that bucket to find the one that you want.  This might
slow you down.  On the other hand, if the number of buckets is far
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<p>The second option is the size (in bytes) of the memory mapped region to
use, via the <samp>-m</samp>/<samp>--mmap-size</samp> option.  While the
database is stored on the disk as a file, when it is opened by zeptodb,
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number of buckets is smaller than the number of items, then when you go
to fetch an item from a bucket, you might then have to search through
all the items in that bucket to find the one that you want.  This might
slow you down.  On the other hand, if the number of buckets is far
greater than the maximum number of items that will be added, the
algorithm will be wasteful.  Thus it&rsquo;s best to use a number of buckets
that will be slightly greater than the expected maximum number of items.
As a rule of thumb, use about four times more buckets.
</p>
<p>The second option is the size (in bytes) of the memory mapped region to
use, via the <samp>-m</samp>/<samp>--mmap-size</samp> option.  While the
database is stored on the disk as a file, when it is opened by zeptodb,
some or all of that file is mapped in a one-to-one manner with a region
of virtual memory.  Thus, when the program reads from some address in
that region of memory, it reads directly from the corresponding address

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number of buckets is smaller than the number of items, then when you go
to fetch an item from a bucket, you might then have to search through
all the items in that bucket to find the one that you want.  This might
slow you down.  On the other hand, if the number of buckets is far
greater than the maximum number of items that will be added, the
algorithm will be wasteful.  Thus it&rsquo;s best to use a number of buckets
that will be slightly greater than the expected maximum number of items.
As a rule of them, use about four times more buckets.
</p>
<p>The second option is the size (in bytes) of the memory mapped region to
use, via the <samp>-m</samp>/<samp>--mmap-size</samp> option.  While the
database is stored on the disk as a file, when it is opened by zeptodb,
some or all of that file is mapped in a one-to-one manner with a region
of virtual memory.  Thus, when the program reads from some address in
that region of memory, it reads directly from the corresponding address







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number of buckets is smaller than the number of items, then when you go
to fetch an item from a bucket, you might then have to search through
all the items in that bucket to find the one that you want.  This might
slow you down.  On the other hand, if the number of buckets is far
greater than the maximum number of items that will be added, the
algorithm will be wasteful.  Thus it&rsquo;s best to use a number of buckets
that will be slightly greater than the expected maximum number of items.
As a rule of thumb, use about four times more buckets.
</p>
<p>The second option is the size (in bytes) of the memory mapped region to
use, via the <samp>-m</samp>/<samp>--mmap-size</samp> option.  While the
database is stored on the disk as a file, when it is opened by zeptodb,
some or all of that file is mapped in a one-to-one manner with a region
of virtual memory.  Thus, when the program reads from some address in
that region of memory, it reads directly from the corresponding address

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time as any other item.  On the other hand, if the number of buckets is
smaller than the number of items, then when you go to fetch an item from
a bucket, you might then have to search through all the items in that
bucket to find the one that you want.  This might slow you down.  On the
other hand, if the number of buckets is far greater than the maximum
number of items that will be added, the algorithm will be wasteful.
Thus it's best to use a number of buckets that will be slightly greater
than the expected maximum number of items.  As a rule of them, use about
four times more buckets.

   The second option is the size (in bytes) of the memory mapped region
to use, via the '-m'/'--mmap-size' option.  While the database is stored
on the disk as a file, when it is opened by zeptodb, some or all of that
file is mapped in a one-to-one manner with a region of virtual memory.
Thus, when the program reads from some address in that region of memory,
it reads directly from the corresponding address in the file.  This will







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time as any other item.  On the other hand, if the number of buckets is
smaller than the number of items, then when you go to fetch an item from
a bucket, you might then have to search through all the items in that
bucket to find the one that you want.  This might slow you down.  On the
other hand, if the number of buckets is far greater than the maximum
number of items that will be added, the algorithm will be wasteful.
Thus it's best to use a number of buckets that will be slightly greater
than the expected maximum number of items.  As a rule of thumb, use
about four times more buckets.

   The second option is the size (in bytes) of the memory mapped region
to use, via the '-m'/'--mmap-size' option.  While the database is stored
on the disk as a file, when it is opened by zeptodb, some or all of that
file is mapped in a one-to-one manner with a region of virtual memory.
Thus, when the program reads from some address in that region of memory,
it reads directly from the corresponding address in the file.  This will

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