RE: [Catacomb] PHP ...
Yes, we are going to store only resource content in a file system.
Also I like the several blobs idea,
If we could use Apache filters/handlers to provide PHP or CGI thing, it's
the best way to go, I guess.
Sung Kim, http://www.cse.ucsc.edu
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Quoting Chris Knight <Christopher.D.Knight@nasa.gov>:
> Currently in the stream_dbms branch, if you specify DavDBMSFileDir it
> will store data external to the database in a hash directory structure.
> Otherwise it stores data in the BLOBs as before.
> I would warn against providing the "like dav_fs" mechanism, as you run
> into issues with filesystem naming restrictions and performance overhead
> (as previously discussed). I believe we can support PHP as I think
> Apache allows for "pipelining" request handlers, I will investigate over
> the next week or two.
For clarification, the intent is still to store resource/collection data in
filesystem, but your statement above means that Catacomb will probably need
name and arrange those data files in a manner that prohibits/makes difficult
direct access to these files through traditional methods (a shell for
Metadata will be still be stored in the DB. Do I understand?
PS - we are moving toward using Apache filters/handlers to force PHP files
parse when stored within a Catacomb repository. Correct?
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