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Subject: implementing trees
From: "Wilfredo Jr. Badoy" <wbadoy@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 4 Oct 2008 05:59:14 -0700 (PDT)
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good day,

 i am wilfredo b. badoy jr., a graduate student of ateneo de davao, 

i am interested in implementing a B* structure, in replacement of the B+ 
structure you implemented in XFS. i would like to try and compare the 
performance of both implementations, and see if there is any difference in 
reads and writes.

i did tried to change the code four years ago. it crashed my pc. :-)

i would like to ask for your help regarding this. if you can point to me which 
code to change, i would appreciate it very much. 

thank you and more power.

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