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README

Thank you for your interest in VoltDB!

This program is free software distributed under the terms of the 
GNU General Public License Version 3. See the accompanying LICENSE
file for details on your rights and responsibilities with regards to
the use and redistribution of VoltDB software.

What is VoltDB?
====================
VoltDB is an in-memory online transaction processing (OLTP) database
designed from the ground up to be the fastest most scalable OLTP
system in the world.


Getting Started
===============
If you have installed VoltDB from the distribution kit, you now have 
a directory containing this README file and several subdirectories, 
including:

bin      - Scripts for starting VoltDB, the export client, catalog
           compiler, and SQL command tool
doc      - Using VoltDB guide, Management guide, tutorials, java-doc
examples - sample programs demonstrating the use of VoltDB
lib      - Third party libraries
tools    - SQLCmd tool, Web dashboard, project generator, XML schemas
voltdb   - the VoltDB software itself

The easiest way to get started using VoltDB is to try building and 
running one or more of the sample programs. Read examples/README for 
instructions. There is also a more complete tutorial describing the 
Hello World program in _Getting Started with VoltDB_ which is 
available online:

    http://community.voltdb.com/docs/GettingStarted/index

Additional documentation on using VoltDB to build OLTP applications 
is available from the VoltDB community site:

    http://community.voltdb.com/documentation/


Feedback
========
If you have any questions or comments about VoltDB, we encourage you
to post and discuss your feedback in the forums available online at:

    http://community.voltdb.com/forum/
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