Paul Winkler wrote:
Badly handled conflict errors can result in POSKeyErrors (I think), but not "bad transaction length" errors. I think you might be dealing with a different problem.On Mon, Feb 10, 2003 at 03:47:58PM -0500, Shane Hathaway wrote:This doesn't seem to be a showstopper for now, but as more applications use ZODB, it could become a bigger problem.
Well, what kind of errors can this cause in the ZODB?
If it's just a matter of writing a mixture of old and new
data to the ZODB, that's annoying but I agree it's not a showstopper.
If it does in fact lead to FileStorage damage, that's another
story. I'm still feeling touchy about the latter since I recently found (and still have not explained) >10k "bad transaction length" errors, 700 "invalid transaction length" errors, and 200 POSKeyErrors in a single FileStorage.
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