On Thursday 24 January 2008, Thomas Lotze wrote:
> Jim Fulton wrote:
> > IMO, something that packed incrementally, with disk being freed along the
> > way, would be a big improvement. This isn't possible with FileStorage.
>
> Just an idea, without having followed FileStorage's history: Has spreading
> the file storage across multiple files been considered? Suppose
> FileStorage didn't put everything into one big file which has to be
> rewritten from scratch during packing. Since transactions are simply
> appended to that big file it should be possible to store each transaction
> in its own small file. Incremental packing might then be possible by
> conflating the oldest n files into one, for some sufficiently small n.

Yes, it is called DirectoryStorage.

Regards,
Stephan
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