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I will be very happy if data stored in OQGRAPH would be persistent. Actuality of data i would be maintain by triggers.
Actually, you can do this right now - just work it the other way round, as follows:
Make a persistent table the main one you insert/update/delete, and have the graph table be updated from there using triggers.