> > Would you implement a column store, and how would you do that? > > Ditto.
So many Dittos, it sounds like a Rush Limbaugh talk show :) > "large" can mean many things. The examples you give don't > seem very large in terms of storage, at least not for ZODB. One app we have is 26,344,368 objects. ZODB is the least of its concerns. > It's really hard to make specific recommendations without > knowing more about the problem. (And it's likely that someone > wouldn't be able to spend the time necessary to learn more > about the problem without a stake in it. IOW, don't assume I'll > read a much longer post getting into details. :) This is fair. ZODB is intimately tied to the application design so it is a bit difficult for someone to qualify what they are doing without having to explain the application design. This sucks from a newbie's point of view but its reality. I just wrote up some thoughts on ZODB. Might be useful for others - doubtful - but maybe. https://docs.google.com/document/d/12RGOTSMrl0CttkCZJ5rp-TSaakAY2Pn4VnWhVMcFMQw/edit?usp=sharing Anyway. Tismer if you write up more thoughts; I will read them. Not guaranteeing a response. cheers -- Alan Runyan _______________________________________________ For more information about ZODB, see http://zodb.org/ ZODB-Dev mailing list - ZODB-Dev@zope.org https://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zodb-dev