Benji York wrote:
Nah, the changes need to be permenant, tested, and then rolled back...

I can't reconcile "permanent"

ie: committed to disk, not DemoStorage...

and "rolled back". :)

undo the changes committed to disk, to a point in time, once the results have been tested.

If the app needs to be restarted and the changes need to remain intact, you could connect to the demostorage via zeo and then app restarts would leave the demostorage intact. Then when you want a roll back you can restart the zeo server.

DemoStorage keeps all its data in memory, right? In which case, even if this were a good idea, the machine will not have enough memory to keep the changes being made...



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