Casey Duncan wrote:

> Is ZODB up to the task of storing this quantity of objects? What problems
> might I run into? Is it a wise idea, could a data.fs file of this size
> (~3-400MB) become too easily corrupted? Should I use a separate data.fs file
> just to store the documents (ie using mountedFileStorage)? Or is it better
> to use method #1 or #2? Information from anyone with experience in this
> regard is greatly appreciated.

Casey, is 375 MB packed, and it grows by 100 MB a *day*.  There are
>8500 member folders.  When you get this many objects in a folder, accessing the 
>folder (though not the objects themselves) gets *slow*.

more info here:

ethan mindlace fremen
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