Dieter Maurer wrote:
A new proposal:
It outlines how to implement a ZODB cache limited not be the
number of containing objects but by their estimated memory size.
Feedback welcome -- either here or in the Wiki.
I think any work in this area can only be a good thing :-)
I like the idea of an interface allowing alternate cache
implementations, but will it suffer from not knowing what other possible
implementations could need or is this a really well defined boundary anyway?
I also really like the idea of a memory-limited cache, especially if
that limit is applied during a transaction rather than just at the
Is there a performance hit for using the pickle size? I guess I'm asking
if we have to pick the object to find it's pickle size?
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