[Buildbot-devel] New, more efficient web stuff
Dustin J. Mitchell
dustin at zmanda.com
Fri Jan 4 17:21:56 UTC 2008
On Jan 4, 2008 12:04 PM, Jean-Paul Calderone <exarkun at divmod.com> wrote:
> What makes SQLite-only a non-starter (I don't see how this relates to
> Twisted version, either)?
My installation of buildbot, at least, has >2.3G of data, and in my
experience SQLite doesn't do well over ~1G.
> If that's really the case, then you can look at Storm, which has a lot
> in common with Axiom, but supports PostgreSQL and MySQL and various other
> things (as well as SQLite).
You still didn't answer the question, though -- why should I use
something new and untested, when all existing buildbot users already
have something that works?
> Indeed. :) I think making it possible isn't very much work. You just need
> to insinuate guard into the resource hierarchy and then make the resource
> that you have the avatar for the anonymous user. As developers have
> interest and time, they can create non-anonymous avatars with functionality
> that should be restrict and use various flags to disable functionality for
> the anonymous user.
I've never understood guards, since they're not in the twisted
tutorial. Do you have a link that can explain how to use it?
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