On Thu, 2006-31-08 at 12:52 +0100,
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Zope does maintain a Data.fs.index file. If it becomes corrupt e.g. through
an unclean shutdown then Zope will recreate it by scanning the whole
Data.fs file when starting Zope the next time. This will take some
timeso before rebooting you should shutdown down your Zope properly.
OK, I have two questions about shutting down zope:
- To cleanly shut down zope daemon, is zopectl stop enough ?
- If zope runs in the foreground, how to shut it down cleanly ? CTRL+C won't
it I guess ?
I always thought CTRL+C would do it actually. It's only a force kill
with -9 that will kill it without shutting down properly. But you could
always go to the Control_Panel in the zmi and do a shutdown from there,
that is for certain safe.
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