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Good old skiplists. Cyrus Imapd uses a skiplist database format as one of its storage engines. Very interesting. I got to learn more than I ever wanted to know about the format while debugging it!
The main criticism is lack of cache coherency, and the number of locations you need to update when inserting or removing a node.
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