File "C:\Zope\2.9.2\lib\python\ZEO\cache.py", line 151, in setLastTid
File "C:\Zope\2.9.2\lib\python\ZEO\cache.py", line 1060, in settid
raise ValueError("new last tid (%s) must be greater than "
ValueError: new last tid (244828509247418982) must be greater than
previous one (244828509247418982)
I know we've been round this circle before, but can anyone (Tim?) see
downsides of changing this test to be >= instead of >?
I have nothing new to say about this. As noted multiple times before,
assorted code and internal comments contradict each other about the
intent here. Truly resolving that still requires someone with
knowledge of cache verification invariants to determine the true
intent, and fix the code+comments accordingly. Short of that, you're
still reduced to poke-and-hope.
If not, what branches do I make this change on
Presumably all at and after ZODB 3.4 (i.e., post-MVCC branches; 3.3 is dead).
and how do I run the tests?
test.py -vv --all
See ZODB's README.txt. It's possible that some ZODB setup.py files
have changed again in ways that put them out of synch with their
corresponding README.txt files again.
For more information about ZODB, see the ZODB Wiki:
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