Cego 2.20.16

An Open Source relational database system that provides support for SQL query language.

  Add it to your Download Basket!

 Add it to your Watch List!


Rate it!

What's new in Cego 2.20.16:

  • Added utility function blobsize for retrieving blob size information.
Read full changelog
send us
an update
GPL v3 
Bjoern Lemke
2.3/5 31
ROOT \ Database \ Database Engines
1 Cego Screenshot:
Cego - The Cego database system overview
Cego is an open source and totally free command-line software written in C++, using an object-oriented designed for implementing a relational database that supports transactional SQL query requests in common programming languages, such as C, C++, DBD, and Java.

The application is engineered in such a way that it provides support for a distributed database shadowing feature that is used in some commercial products. It is capable of implementing indexes, views, stored procedures, as well as foreign keys.

Multi-threaded system architecture based on POSIX threads

Its system architecture is multi-threaded, based on POSIX threads, and designed from the ground up for high end availability and performance. Overall, the software provides functionality that exists only on high-end commercial products.

For a detailed description of the database, please see the online documentation available on the project's homepage, in the dedicated documentation section (user guide).

Getting started with Cego

Being a quite popular project, Cego can be easily installed from the default software repositories of your GNU/Linux distribution. So, just open your favorite package manager, search for the ‘cego’ package and install it. After installation, you will be able to use it via a Linux terminal emulator application.

If your distro doesn’t include the Cego package, you must download the latest version from Softpedia or the official website, save it on a location of your choice, extract its contents, open a Linux Terminal window and navigate to the location of the extracted archive files using the ‘cd’ command.

Then, type the ‘./configure && make’ command to optimize and compile the app’s source code for a specific hardware architecture and/or operating system. After an errorless compilation, you must type the ‘make install’ command as root, or with sudo, to make the software available to all users. Use the ‘cego --help’ command to view the program’s command-line options.

Cego was reviewed by , last updated on November 13th, 2014


#relational database #transactional database #SQL query language #relational #transactional #database #SQL

Add your review!