On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 12:17 PM, tsmiller <tsmil...@gnixterhouse.com> wrote:
> Zodb developers,
> When I open my database I am mapping individual files in the following way.
> I have about 20 fs files mapped in this fashion. My concern is that I am
> going to hit some kind of limit. Is accessing these fs files going to slow
> down as the number grows? Am I going to hit an upper limit - say 256 or
> something like that?
There collection of databases are managed with a Python dictionary, so
you should be able to have many thousands of databases without feeling
pain due to the number. You'll probably run out of file descriptors
Why are you splitting your database up so much (or even at all)?
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