Christian Theune wrote:
the ZODB team is proud to announce a technical preview of a Blob
implementation for ZODB.


Cool :-)

Blobs are used to efficiently storage large amounts of binary data
within a database. This implementation uses real files on the file
system in combination with any ZODB storage (FileStorage, ...) and
native support for ZEO clusters. It is efficient in terms of memory and
CPU usage.

Hmm, can all the other benefits be used without storing blobs in seperate files on filesystems?

FileStorage backup semantics are now "nice" with repozo, how would you back up related blobs?

I guess I also have an irrational paranoia about separate files having the correct transactional semantics. Anything I can read to prove my paranoia to be irrational? ;-)

cheers,

Chris

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