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Provide link or tutorials to build a custom database management in C. I am looking for Full Text Search options of about 10GB DB.

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closed as not a real question by JNK, Leigh Riffel, Nick Chammas, Mark Storey-Smith, Gaius Mar 6 '12 at 9:50

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Provide link or tutorials is really not a way to start a good question on the SE network. Please give us the SPECIFIC issue you are trying to resolve. –  JNK Mar 5 '12 at 20:32
    
@JNK I want to resolve the issue of Full Text Search with Encrypted Database that Deeply Embedded in my Application –  Vineet1982 Mar 6 '12 at 6:30
    
@JNK Kindly open the question again as many are showing interest in this question –  Vineet1982 Apr 11 '12 at 10:21
    
I just voted on it, I didn't close it on my own. There were 4 other users that helped. If you IMPROVE the question, we can vote to reopen it as well. Just because people are interested doesn't make it a good question. –  JNK Apr 11 '12 at 12:19
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You many want to look into using the Sphinx Search tools.

It allows you to create a MySQL instance that runs on port 9036 and only stores indexing info along with keys into real MySQL databases/tables.

There is a third party MySQL Storage Engine called SphinxSE.

Theoretically, the keys can you store in Sphinx do not have to be for MySQL. They could be for any DBMS. Sphinx is just a good key store that is built for FULLTEXT indexing.

Now, if you need to access the Sphinx DB using C/C++, then you need CodeBase.

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