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On 22 Mar 2007, at 17:11, flem wrote:
Through a zwiki a spammer proxied some information though a zope
server using zwiki's comments (be aware!). The spammer had dated
his ip-packets 11/12-2007. And all my changes got the same date!
So, I couldn't shrink all the undo actions though the database
shrinker (later I found out that should just use -300). To get rid
of 10 GB of undo history, I changed the computers time to
12/12-2007 and then undoed and gave the computer the right time
But, now, not only have all my changes the date 12/12-2007 in the
undo history, every object I have changed gets this date as well!
Apparently, zope won't accept to go backward in time.
How do I reset the zope's time?
Undo is transactional, meaning an undo is actually a new transaction
instead of removing an old transaction. What you are trying to do is
not possible, unless you physically truncate the database.
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