Adam GROSZER wrote:
> This is some tinkering about whether/how it is possible to make a ZODB
> storage that uses a simple kev-value database (KVDB) (e.g. tokyo tyrant).
> A KVDB that is persistent on disk or even replicated should not be
> less fault tolerant as MySQL.

I don't quite understand.  What do you hope to accomplish with Tokyo 
Tyrant or some other key/value store as a ZODB backend?  Speed? 
Reliability?  Scalability?

> I'd like to personally chase these ideas, but I don't think I'll get
> some time soon. Also I guess you have a deeper knowledge about
> storages.

Well, I like to hear ideas, but I can't chase them all either.

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