I think we will probably proceed on trying to make a MySQL adapter that can
replace GadFly -- hopefully possible and not TOO much work. I think that
and a better SQL container (maybe sqlos) would solve our issues, as well as
be a great benefit to Zope.
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> Subject: Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: Zope 3 Capacities
> Jeff Rush wrote:
> > I've always wondered why ZODB didn't offer an option of storing the
> > object index in a BTREE, but I guess its the performance issue of
> > potential additional disk accesses.
> This was one of the benefits of the Berkeley DB storage. Sadly,
> we put a lot of work into the BDB storage and people didn't seem
> to care that much. That, and the grief we got from Berkeley DB
> itself made us drop the effort. I do still think it has a lot
> of potential.
> We could make the file-storage index management more sophisticated,
> but I'd really rather find something like the Berkeley database that
> we could build on.
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