Wed, 15 Jan 2003 08:39:41 -0500
I'm in a very similar position as you. But... since it's so much easier to work with the zodb compared to a rdbms in zope, I've been eyeing AdaptableStorage. AdaptableStorage lets you store your zodb data in whatever way you want. Two of the example storage mechanisms are filesystem and PostgreSQL. But with the sql mapping, you can use whatever schema you want. So this has influenced me to use the zodb for everything. But in anycase, I know that AdaptableStorage was just released, so I know some development is still taking place.
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> From: Ben Avery [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: January 15, 2003 12:29:10 +0000
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
> Subject: [Zope-DB] Oraclestorage
> hi all,
> what's the current state of Oraclestorage, and is anyone using it?
> I have a development site soon to be brought into production, the data
> is stored largely relationally rather than ZODB objects, and we have a
> big fat database server running Oracle 8i, available for use. I'm
> currently using filestorage, and haven't had any problems with it, but
> I'm a little worried by occasional strangenesses reported in the
> 'Goblins of Zope' thread currently running on the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing
> My Zope instance will be running on a dedicated single-processor Sun
> LX-50 running Solaris 8, which should be stable enough, but is a lot
> slower than the Oracle database server. Would anyone recommend sticking
> to filestorage, or going with Oraclestorage?
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