On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 5:42 AM, Chris Withers<ch...@simplistix.co.uk> wrote:
> Jim Fulton wrote:
>>> - when using `with` blocks and a ConflictError is raised, what happens?
>> The transaction is aborted.
> That might be surprising for old-time Zope users... Still, I assume the
> ConflictError propagates through so they'll see it raised, right?
>>> - if using cache-size-bytes, is the parameter that limits the number of
>>> objects by number ignored?
> Is there any way to get this to happen?
There might of if someone had spoken up in the many months since this
was added. Now, it is a wildly low priority.
> Would seeing the number limit extremely high have the right effect?
For some definition of desired.
>>> - where can I find out more about invalidation-age?
> There's a "that" missing from the first of the new lines ;-)
> Ah cool, now I get it :-)
> typo: verificatioin -> verification
Feel free to fix typos yourself.
> I take it this is irrelevant if you're not using persistent client caches?
No, even "non-persistent" caches persist for the length of the client
process and have to be checked on reconnection.
> Are those safe to use now? 
They are much safer than they used to be. We're using them. We've
had a couple of problems that I need to investigate.
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