At 7:06 PM +0100 2005-01-22, Michael Rossberg wrote:
but i think we are hitting another barrier here. with 3000 access points the data volume becomes to big to be handled entirely in memory in real time. this means we need a database alike function within kismac. this on the other hand would mean no instant updates, as we cannot execute a couple of database calls whenever a packet comes in.
the only solution that i see is an engine which uses for lately active networks a memory solution and for the rest a database backend. unfortunately i am not able to program in my spare time.
But either way, you can handle millions of entries with relative ease.
this project size requires a commercial development team. sorry.
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