|Original author(s)||Prabakaran Thirumalai|
|Developer(s)||Lakshya and others|
CSQL 3.3 / May 8, 2011
|Operating system||Linux, Solaris|
|Type||Relational database management system|
|License||GNU General Public Licence or proprietary|
CSQL is an open source main memory high-performance relational database management system developed at sourceforge.net. It is designed to provide high performance for SQL queries and DML statements.
It was configured to work as transparent cache for database management systems such as MySQL and PostgreSQL, circa 2009. Version 3.3 was released in 2011. It was promoted by a company called Lakshya in Bangalore, which existed through about 2013.
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