Best method for updating pickled data objects?
rupe at metro.yak.net
Fri Jul 6 21:44:46 CEST 2001
Neil Schemenauer <nas at python.ca> wrote in message news:<mailman.994365490.28604.python-list at python.org>...
> Rupert Scammell wrote:
> > Deleting and recreating the pickle file, then writing out the data
> > object from memory each time seems horribly inefficient to me
> > (especially for large data objects). There's got to be a better way to
> > do this. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
> You want ZODB:
> Its sounds complicated and scary but its really easy to use.
Thanks for your help Neil. ZODB looks like an elegant solution to
this problem, and appears to have some nice extra features to boot.
The semi-intelligent caching of dirty objects back to disk is
especially useful. Once again, Andrew saves the day!
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