Andreas Jung wrote:
Possibly a stupid question:
Last night the European clocks switched back to winter-time.
So the ZODB might see multiple timestamps (and unordered transaction) from transactions happened between 2am and 3am...just for curiosity: is there a risk getting an inconsistent ZODB?


No.

First, ZODB time stamps are based on UTC time.
Second,  time-stamp skew doesn't lead to inconsistency.

Jim

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