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The current backup strategy for backing up a Data.fs with blob storage
seems to be using repozo for the Data.fs and rsync for the blob storage.

Rsyncing the blob storage makes only sense when it would be possible to
restore a particular blob file for a given restoration date.

So: assuming that a persistent object is managed as a blob...what will
happen on the filesystem level with the blob file upon a change to this
object? Will the ZODB create a new blob file with the changed content or
will it override/update the existing one?

Andreas
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