In-Memory Database

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In-Memory Database
What do you mean by In-Memory Database? Is it like loading of database data along with application? Please explain me how the In-memory database get loaded along with the application.

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<a href=”http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In-memory_database”>Wikipedia</a> is a good place to start for questions like this. They have a entire page explaining in memory database

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  • Techy001
    Hi Sean, Thanks for your update. I've search a lot but I would like to know how the in-memory is getting loaded into the physical memory space of the application. Please provide me a pointer where can get the detailed implementation of in-memory database. Thanks in advance. Balaji
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  • msi77
    I think this database is loaded in-memory of a server, not in memory of client where your application is running.
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  • Techy001
    Hi Sergey, Thanks. Here am having one more doupt say in case my server and clients are running where my application is running, that time what will happen. E.g my timesten server and client is running in the same machine where my application is running. At that instance, the application tries to connect the timesten server using the ODBC. May I know when the loading of database in in-memory of the server/along with application and how? Thanks in advance.
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  • msi77
    I didn't work with in-memory databases, but I believe that they resides in memory (24x7), i.e. loading process is not a regular thing.
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