--On 23. Juni 2006 16:05:49 +0200 Adam Groszer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
AJ> We run a CMS with several ZEO storages using FileStorage with up 300k AJ> different objects per storage. May you mention some or some sites on the internet that run Zope/ZODB to have some examples?
Since ZODB is the default storage of Zope, every Zope site on the net *uses* the ZODB.
maybe PGStorage? - ACID properties. Is it really ACID, I mean data consistency level could be compared to a RDB?AJ> What do you mean? The ZODB is transactional and other systems (RBDMS) can AJ> be hooked with the transaction system of Zope...this is daily practice. My problem is that I'm quite confident that ZODB may be able to handle the application, but I have to convince some other people too. They are coming with a strong RDB background. I would appreciate some facts to hit them hard.
Both RDBMS and ZODB have their pros and cons. It really depends on your individual usecase..also hybrid solutions using ZODB and a RDBMS are daily practice. If your data is highly relational then go for a RDBMS solution on top of Zope, if you data is more hierarchical or loosely coupled, think about the ZODB. The ZODB is not a good choice for storing and serving large amounts of binary data (files).....you must make the decision on a per-case basis...
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