What I meant is that if there are more and more objects, maybe it cause some
problem because there are a big Data.fs. Doesn't it cause any problem if
there are a big big Data.fs?
On Wed, 13 Apr 2005 17:27:39 +0200, Andreas Jung wrote
> --On Mittwoch, 13. April 2005 23:09 Uhr +0800 Fu-Ming_Tsai
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Hello, all
> > The file Data.fs is growing up if we use zope.
> Of course it grows...it's your Data.fs containing all your data. And
> you have to pack it on a regular basis (Control Panel -> database
> >However, may it cause some
> > hang problem?
> >Or some file system problem may be raised because there are
> > only files named Data.fs.* for storing object.
> There should be exactly *one* Data.fs file + Data.fs.index + maybe a
> file from the last ZODB packing operation.
> >It may cause some problem
> > if the objects are more and more.
> > Wow! It is amazing if we have a lot of
> > objects storing here. Does anyone have comment or thinking?
> You have to make interesting why we should think about. There is
> nothing in your posting that sounds bad :-)
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