The lightweight, distributed relational database built on SQLite
rqlite author here, no, they are quite different. To quote the rqlite FAQ:
"dqlite is library, written in C, that you need to Integrate with your own software. That requires programming. rqlite is a standalone application -- it's a full RDBMS (albeit a relatively simple one). rqlite has everything you need to read and write data, and backup, maintain, and monitor the database itself.
rqlite and dqlite are completely separate projects, and rqlite does not use dqlite. In fact, rqlite was created before dqlite."
Embeddable, replicated and fault tolerant SQL engine.
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