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Marketing on my Wikipedia? More likely than you think![edit]

It's sad that almost the whole article is a 1:1 copy from tokudb's site (FAQ under Resources). They activel link to this wiki page from a few of their pages, basically supporting their claims with their claims. So, this whole article is a violation of show not tell, as it doesn't point out what are fractal tree indexes, how they work and why they are better for this particular task than B-trees.

I'm not a deletionist (or how they're labeled these days), so I'll just put big warning tags all over the article [that everybody ignores anyways]. PAStheLoD (talk) 04:36, 27 January 2012 (UTC)

I agree. Why not an article on Acunu, which is pretty similar to TokuDB.

Also, the Fractal Trees here are the same as Acunu's Doubling Array; it may be useful to actually describe these techniques instead of advertise TokuDB. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2620:0:1008:100A:617F:D3D1:CF74:EE1E (talk) 20:15, 23 July 2012 (UTC)

Why does Fractal in "Fractal Tree" link to the Fractal article? The "fractal tree" moniker is more advertising than anything. These structures have very little to do with fractals, and a lot to do with fractional cascading. (talk) 21:18, 4 November 2013 (UTC)