Andy McKay wrote:
> > While that would work for the simple object case, I find the
> > prospect of storing a bunch of BLOBs (for the image data of
> > the Photos) in an RDBMS to be *most* un-appetizing. Storing
> > them on the server's file-system seems in-elegant as well.
> Okey dokey, just a suggestion. I have heard people talk about large ZOBD's
> but once I go over a 10,000 object mark I just find a RDBMS easier myself.
> Go for it good luck!

Thanks! I appreciate different points of view on this
problem, even if you have different 'comfort zones'.

> > Does anyone know of any hidden 'gotchas' when dealing with
> > this many objects, regardless of the hit-load on the system?
> Mostly starting and stopping Zope, [snip]

Are you saying that Zope's startup and shutdown time is
affected by the size of the ZODB?


Michael Bernstein.

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