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A different colleague has recommended Amundsen as a more general purpose data documentation engine, which has a PostgreSQL metadata extractor: Amundsen is a data discovery and metadata engine for improving the productivity of data analysts, data scientists and engineers when interacting with data. It does that today by indexing data resources (tables, ...


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There is a small app called aGrep which I use for such search on an old Android. It is open-source and works like "grep" but with an interface. User can specify file extension types e.g. csv, txt User can specify directory to search It can also read SDcard. etc It has not been updated in a while, but does the job. Repository: https://github.com/...


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Open Source Distributed SQL Is there an open source SQL database specifically designed or optimized for scaling on clusters built from commodity hardware? Why yes! There are. :) Here are a handful of open source SQL-compliant distributed database systems. This list is not exhaustive, I suggest looking into each to compare the feature sets. CockroachDB ...


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I had to search Beowulf cluster on Google because I never heard about it. This is a problem you had in the '90 and that doesn't exists any more. That problem existed when you home lab was sort of this: But today your home lab is like this: So there are no more problems of scaling since 20 years because your Hard Drive is a SAN that takes multiple hard ...


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