Andreas Jung wrote:
--On 19. Januar 2006 13:54:55 -0600 David Johnson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
We're looking at 10-100 billion tx per year stored and performed.
This would be 31-310 tx/second...forget the ZODB :-)
Well, if those transactions just add to a log, ZODB could handle it on
suitable hardware. ZODB could also handle it if there's no concurrency.
But you probably have concurrency and you're probably building indexes
at the same time. An RDBMS is just easier for that kind of task.
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