On Wed, 2004-07-14 at 18:55, Casey Duncan wrote:
> On Wed, 14 Jul 2004 13:46:57 +0530
> "Nagarjuna G." <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 
> > We are builiding a large portal using Zope.  We need to create a large
> > number of objects.  The data component of the objects is small, but
> > each object carries lots of metadata.  My question is: Is there any
> > limit on the number of objects in a given folder?  I am not planning
> > to use any external RDBMS. Are there any known performace isssues when
> > the numbeer of objects increase, particularly when we store them in
> > the same folder?
> 
> Normal zope folders should probably not be used to hold more than a few
> dozen items. They store a list of their children in a single ZODB
> record, and as their numbers increase so do the size of the transactions
> that change the folder. Also normal Zope folders do not handle
> concurrent updates and will thus not perform well when multiple users
> are adding items to the folder.
> 
> Shane Hathaway's BTreeFolder2 product solves these problems. It is the
> thing to use when you want to store large numbers of objects in a single
> folder. It also handles concurrency much better.
> 
> hth,

thanks to all the responses.  I will test with BTreeFolder2, and
subfoldering with first character of id as another subfolder2, so that
working with ZMI will also be possible without further scripting or
customized views.  i will report the results back to the list.

Nagarjuna

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