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Hmm, do you mean saving more than the BDB .log files? Basically, I'm backing those up initially - then running a 'catastrophic recovery' (and some sanity chceks) on the data I've backed up. Once the backup checks out, I delete old .log files.

I wasn't familiar with beanstalkd, but it seems interesting. I already have an asynchronous thread-pool based job queue built on the back end that could work well for something like that ...




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