Today (Saturday) We will make some minor tuning adjustments to MySQL.

You may experience 2 up to 10 seconds "glitch time" when we restart MySQL. We expect to make these adjustments around 1AM Eastern Daylight Saving Time (EDT) US.

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Special note to unregistered users

This forum is intended only as a means to contact us if you are having trouble with your account. This forum is the only area on the site where even unregistered users can post. But because some spammers were using this to post spam, we have changed things a little bit. When an unregistered user posts, that post will go into a "Moderation Queue". A Moderator must approve the post before it actually become visible. So don't despair if you post something and it does not immediately show up. Your post have not been lost and will we get to it when we can. But, needless to say, any spam in the Moderation Queue will be deleted forthwith.
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NOTEDB::dbm(3pm)					User Contributed Perl Documentation					  NOTEDB::dbm(3pm)

NOTEDB::dbm - module lib for accessing a notedb from perl
# include the module use NOTEDB; # create a new NOTEDB object (the last 4 params are db table/field names) $db = new NOTEDB("mysql","note","/home/user/.notedb/"); # get a single note ($note, $date) = $db->get_single(1); # search for a certain note %matching_notes = $db->get_search("somewhat"); # format of returned hash: #$matching_notes{$numberofnote}->{'note' => 'something', 'date' => '23.12.2000 10:33:02'} # get all existing notes %all_notes = $db->get_all(); # format of returnes hash like the one from get_search above # get the next noteid available $next_num = $db->get_nextnum(); # recount all noteids starting by 1 (useful after deleting one!) $db->set_recountnums(); # modify a certain note $db->set_edit(1, "any text", "23.12.2000 10:33:02"); # create a new note $db->set_new(5, "any new text", "23.12.2000 10:33:02"); # delete a certain note $db->set_del(5);
You can use this module for accessing a note database. This is the dbm module. It uses the DB_FILE module to store it's data and it uses DBM files for tis purpose. Currently, NOTEDB module is only used by note itself. But feel free to use it within your own project! Perhaps someone want to implement a webinterface to note...
please see the section SYNOPSIS, it says it all.
Thomas Linden <>. perl v5.10.1 2011-02-12 NOTEDB::dbm(3pm)

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