El vie, 24-03-2006 a las 10:25 -0300, Sidnei da Silva escribió:
> On Fri, Mar 24, 2006 at 02:20:06PM +0100, Antonio Beamud Montero wrote:
> | > | I think I will remove ZODB from my server and use a SQL Object mapper
> | > | like SQLObject to see if I can get an stable server, or the dbapi
> | > | directly.. my experience with ZODB and threads has been a nightmare :(
> | > |
> Don't let yourself be turned down so quickly.
> All languages and all their tools have their 'problems'. If you don't
> understand how they work or what they do you will never be able to
> write a system that performs well and has good memory management.
well, I have read a lot of python internals, but now I haven't any way
to solve the memory management without a patch over the interpreter,
i.e. something like:
to force the garbage collector to free the unused memory...
My only hope is to apply the 2.5a1 patch and wait to works...
> No language or tool will 'magically' give you that, no matter what
> others say *wink*.
Yes, but I need something more predictable, not by use a DB (as ZODB) in
the correct way, my memory starts to grow without control... finally I
think I'll return to C :-)
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