After comsidering the fedback I got from the previous
'Massive scalability thread, I decided to split my queries
into two areas: Rack scalability and ZCatalog scalability.
This email deals with the former.

It seems clear that indexing and searching are more of a
botleneck than storage/retreival. Nevertheless, so far I
have not heard of anyone trying to store more than 60,000
objects in a rack. I need to know if there is any reason to
suspect that storage (in the ZODB) or retreival performance
would suffer if the number of objects was in the hundreds of
thousands or even millions.

Does anyone have anectodal or benchmark data that would
suggest what happens with that many objects?


Michael Bernstein.

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