[Zope-dev] Core Dump (Zope 2.7, Python 2.3.3, FreeBSD 4.5)

2004-02-18 Thread Jeffrey P Shell
I've been experiencing the most peculiar core dump under Zope 2.7. It's on a web application we only decided to revive late last week, so it was never tested under earlier beta/RC conditions. The core dump occurs when visiting manage_main on a particular folder. The contents of this folder

[Zope-dev] [ZConfig] import inhomogenous

2004-02-18 Thread Dieter Maurer
The import element of ZConfig schemas is inhomogenous: * with a package attribute it imports a component from a Python package * with an src attribute it imports a schema from an URL It would be better if the type of the imported object (schema or component) were orthogonal to

Re: [Zope-dev] Core Dump (Zope 2.7, Python 2.3.3, FreeBSD 4.5)

2004-02-18 Thread Anthony Baxter
Jeffrey P Shell wrote: What should I do next? Should I familiarize myself with gdb and inspect the core? What are some things I could look for if that's the next step? I suspect that this is your next step. Try and figure out whether it's Python, or the C extensions that ship with Zope, that

Re: [Zope-dev] Core Dump (Zope 2.7, Python 2.3.3, FreeBSD 4.5)

2004-02-18 Thread Jeremy Hylton
On Tue, 2004-02-17 at 11:45, Jeffrey P Shell wrote: What should I do next? Should I familiarize myself with gdb and inspect the core? What are some things I could look for if that's the next step? The code dump is an important clue, so it's definitely worth looking at. It's also pretty

[Zope-dev] Re: Core Dump (Zope 2.7, Python 2.3.3, FreeBSD 4.5)

2004-02-18 Thread Simon Michael
It does sound suspiciously like the freebsd python issue. What do you get in the event log when python crashes ? Is it SIGSEGV(11)/SIGBUS(10) or whatever ? This tends not to get triggered with a zeo debug prompt, for whatever reason. To find out, you could: - rebuild python with a very large

Re: [Zope-dev] Understanding 2.7 Product import

2004-02-18 Thread Dieter Maurer
Erik A.Dahl wrote at 2004-2-16 14:00 -0500: Ok 2.7 has an instance/Products directory. What magic is letting them be imported? You find this magic (implemented) in App.FindHomes. -- Dieter ___ Zope-Dev maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [Zope-dev] [ZConfig] import inhomogenous

2004-02-18 Thread Fred Drake
On Tuesday 17 February 2004 01:10 pm, Dieter Maurer wrote: It would be better if the type of the imported object (schema or component) were orthogonal to the location from where the object is found (in a package or via an URL). I agree, that does seem nicer. Another approach would be to

[Zope-dev] The number of threads in z2.py file.

2004-02-18 Thread asd asdda
i'm using Zope-2.6.3, Red Hat-8.0, CMF-1.4.2, and CMFPlone-2.0-RC3. If the number of threads=4, the zope can start but cannot load into ZMI. After i change the number of threads=1, it can load into ZMI. Why? __ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Finance: Get your refund fast by

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2004-02-18 Thread Fábio Bruno
Dear Sir or Madame I'm workig with DTML methods and after puting the valors I can't see the values again.I would like to know if some can help me on after put the values can see them. Yours faithfully, Fábio Bruno