The specification of storage iteration is gonna change so it explicitly
states that it's going to represent the set of transactions as seen from
the point where iteration started.
Christian Theune schrieb:
we're working on the last item on our to-do list regarding storage
iteration: having iterators pick up transactions that were written after
the iteration started.
In the `FileIterator` class there exists the following code:
if pos + h.tlen + 8 > self._file_size:
# Hm, the data were truncated or the checkpoint flag wasn't
# cleared. They may also be corrupted,
# in which case, we don't want to totally lose the data.
logger.warning("%s truncated, possibly due to"
" damaged records at %s", self._file.name, pos)
We've pondered this for a bit and think that the described case about
truncation doesn't make sense: If the file really was truncated in an
invalid way, this will (or at least should) be detected by the
We still wonder whether the code is necessary and this case wouldn't be
picked up by some of the FileStorageFormatter code.
Additionally, we don't see the point in keeping a reference to the size
of the file as it was at the beginning of the iteration. This seems an
arbitrary limit whose intention is neither documented nor required by
The limitation is no there.
We'd like to remove the check displayed above.
We don't anymore.
Christian and Thomas
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