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Envers doesn't currently support this. Maybe what you could try (may be a good idea anyway) is to store the blobs in a separate table, and then store just ids where the blobs are referenced.
- you can load the blob lazily if required
- envers will always load the blob lazily
- the blob will get written in the audit table only if the blob changes (not if anything changes in the referencing table)