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Old 05-14-2006, 05:38 AM   #1
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ok im tring to run nodeview for a internet cafe

here is the thing i have some how managed to type my password into the program wrong twice in setup

the data is in berkly how the hell do i wipe out berkleys data ive done make uninstall yum removes everything i could think of someone help
Old 05-15-2006, 05:44 AM   #2
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BerklyDB is not a relational database like MySQL, it has not centralized server. It's not something you log into and administer.

It's a database realized in library format; the data is stored in simple key=>value pairs and is specific to the application. The application links to the BerklyDB library and makes library calls to store data.
I would look for a .db file somewhere in the applications directory structure.

BerklyDB is a product of Sleepycat software.


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