Re: [Zope-dev] Zope server dies with Netscape's FTP

2001-02-05 Thread Pablo Bleyer Kocik

Stephan Richter wrote:

  Hey, I am not _that_ silly ;^). I can exit the shell but I leave Zope
  working
 in the background, of course. Then all works fine until I do an FTP, which
 hangs
 because the server dies.

 Sorry, I did not mean to offend you

No ofenses ;^)

 I have not used the FTP for a long
 time, but I also noticed that I cannot get to any directories deeper than
 the root one from Emacs anymore. But that could be caused by my own User
 Folder, since it is not updated with the new security implementation.
 Mmmhh, you use the regular User Folder right?

Yes, the default user folder. I don't access that machine with Emacs, but
maybe I can try doing that to see if I get the same behavior. However, it must
be a problem of the server and not any FTP client.

Cheers!

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Re: [Zope-dev] Zope server dies with Netscape's FTP

2001-02-04 Thread Pablo Bleyer Kocik



Chris Withers wrote:

 Pablo Bleyer Kocik wrote:
 
  I am running Zope 2.3.0 under Linux in a remote machine. When I
  try to access Medusa through FTP (port 8021) using Netscape 4.5 under
  Windows, Zope dies silently. Is this a known issue? How can I trace
  what is happening to Zope's FTP server causing it to die?

 Stick it in the collector:

 classic.zope.org:8080/Collector

 (it's down at the moment :-( )

 cheers,

 Chris

Yep, I was going to do that. However I wanted to track the bug a
little
more.

The problem is not with Netscape; through plain vanilla FTP
utility I
get the same situation. But now comes the nice part: If I login to the
machine and restart Zope then, *without* leaving the shell prompt, the
FTP
access works fine. I get the access and success login notices in the
screen. If I logout and I try to login with ftp again, Zope RIPs ;^/

Cheers!

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pbleyer|"Rintrah roars  shakes his fires in the burdend
air;
  @embedded.cl | Hungry clouds swag on the deep" — William Blake

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Re: [Zope-dev] Zope server dies with Netscape's FTP

2001-02-04 Thread Chris Withers

Keep CC'ing in the list, this might rign bells for someone else...

...sadly not for me :-S

cheers,

Chris

Pablo Bleyer Kocik wrote:
 
 Chris Withers wrote:
 
  Pablo Bleyer Kocik wrote:
  
   I am running Zope 2.3.0 under Linux in a remote machine. When I
   try to access Medusa through FTP (port 8021) using Netscape 4.5 under
   Windows, Zope dies silently. Is this a known issue? How can I trace
   what is happening to Zope's FTP server causing it to die?
 
  Stick it in the collector:
 
  classic.zope.org:8080/Collector
 
  (it's down at the moment :-( )
 
  cheers,
 
  Chris
 
 Yep, I was going to do that. However I wanted to track the bug a little
 more.
 
 The problem is not with Netscape; through plain vanilla FTP utility I
 get the same situation. But now comes the nice part: If I login to the
 machine and restart Zope then, *without* leaving the shell prompt, the FTP
 access works fine. I get the access and success login notices in the
 screen. If I logout and I try to login with ftp again, Zope RIPs ;^/
 
 Cheers!
 
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 Pablo Bleyer Kocik |
 pbleyer|"Rintrah roars  shakes his fires in the burdend air;
   @embedded.cl | Hungry clouds swag on the deep" — William Blake

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RE: [Zope-dev] Zope server dies with Netscape's FTP

2001-02-04 Thread Randall F. Kern

Are you starting zope with ./start, or otherwise including -D when z2.py
is executed?

That will cause Zope to try to write to the terminal when an FTP
connection is made.  Since the terminal is gone, Zope dies.

-Randy

 -Original Message-
 From: Pablo Bleyer Kocik [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Sent: Sunday, February 04, 2001 7:41 AM
 To: zope-dev
 Subject: Re: [Zope-dev] Zope server dies with Netscape's FTP
 
 
 
 
 Chris Withers wrote:
 
  Pablo Bleyer Kocik wrote:
  
   I am running Zope 2.3.0 under Linux in a remote 
 machine. When I
   try to access Medusa through FTP (port 8021) using 
 Netscape 4.5 under
   Windows, Zope dies silently. Is this a known issue? How 
 can I trace
   what is happening to Zope's FTP server causing it to die?
 
  Stick it in the collector:
 
  classic.zope.org:8080/Collector
 
  (it's down at the moment :-( )
 
  cheers,
 
  Chris
 
 Yep, I was going to do that. However I wanted to track the bug a
 little
 more.
 
 The problem is not with Netscape; through plain vanilla FTP
 utility I
 get the same situation. But now comes the nice part: If I login to the
 machine and restart Zope then, *without* leaving the shell prompt, the
 FTP
 access works fine. I get the access and success login notices in the
 screen. If I logout and I try to login with ftp again, Zope RIPs ;^/
 
 Cheers!
 
 --
 Pablo Bleyer Kocik |
 pbleyer|"Rintrah roars  shakes his fires in the burdend
 air;
   @embedded.cl | Hungry clouds swag on the deep" - William Blake
 
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Re: [Zope-dev] Zope server dies with Netscape's FTP

2001-02-04 Thread Pablo Bleyer Kocik



"Randall F. Kern" wrote:

 Are you starting zope with ./start, or otherwise including -D when z2.py
 is executed?

 That will cause Zope to try to write to the terminal when an FTP
 connection is made.  Since the terminal is gone, Zope dies.

 -Randy

The problem started occurring without debugging turned on, and it didn't
happen always. Then I turned debugging on to trace the bug, and it was
worst: there were no logs and the server always dies if I exit the console.
I am pretty cueless to what is going on...

Cheers!

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  @embedded.cl | Hungry clouds swag on the deep" — William Blake



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Re: [Zope-dev] Zope server dies with Netscape's FTP

2001-02-04 Thread Stephan Richter

At 12:21 AM 2/5/01 -0400, Pablo Bleyer Kocik wrote:


"Randall F. Kern" wrote:

  Are you starting zope with ./start, or otherwise including -D when z2.py
  is executed?
 
  That will cause Zope to try to write to the terminal when an FTP
  connection is made.  Since the terminal is gone, Zope dies.
 
  -Randy

 The problem started occurring without debugging turned on, and it didn't
happen always. Then I turned debugging on to trace the bug, and it was
worst: there were no logs and the server always dies if I exit the console.
I am pretty cueless to what is going on...

Well, yes, the server will die when you close the console if you did not 
start it with nohup or some other program that "unbinds" Zope from the 
Shell as a child. Just start Zope with: nohup ./start 
All messages will be forwarded to nohup.out in your current directory at 
execution time. You can stop the server with ./stop

Regards,
Stephan


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Re: [Zope-dev] Zope server dies with Netscape's FTP

2001-02-04 Thread Pablo Bleyer Kocik

Stephan Richter wrote:

  The problem started occurring without debugging turned on, and it didn't
 happen always. Then I turned debugging on to trace the bug, and it was
 worst: there were no logs and the server always dies if I exit the console.
 I am pretty cueless to what is going on...

 Well, yes, the server will die when you close the console if you did not
 start it with nohup or some other program that "unbinds" Zope from the
 Shell as a child. Just start Zope with: nohup ./start 
 All messages will be forwarded to nohup.out in your current directory at
 execution time. You can stop the server with ./stop

 Regards,
 Stephan

Hey, I am not _that_ silly ;^). I can exit the shell but I leave Zope working
in the background, of course. Then all works fine until I do an FTP, which hangs
because the server dies.

Cheers!

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  @embedded.cl | Hungry clouds swag on the deep" — William Blake



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Re: [Zope-dev] Zope server dies with Netscape's FTP

2001-02-04 Thread Stephan Richter


 Hey, I am not _that_ silly ;^). I can exit the shell but I leave Zope 
 working
in the background, of course. Then all works fine until I do an FTP, which 
hangs
because the server dies.

Sorry, I did not mean to offend you I have not used the FTP for a long 
time, but I also noticed that I cannot get to any directories deeper than 
the root one from Emacs anymore. But that could be caused by my own User 
Folder, since it is not updated with the new security implementation. 
Mmmhh, you use the regular User Folder right?

Regards,
Stephan


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CBU - Physics and Chemistry Student
Web2k - Web Design/Development  Technical Project Management


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[Zope-dev] Zope server dies with Netscape's FTP

2001-02-03 Thread Pablo Bleyer Kocik


Hi!

I am running Zope 2.3.0 under Linux in a remote machine. When I
try to access Medusa through FTP (port 8021) using Netscape 4.5 under
Windows, Zope dies silently. Is this a known issue? How can I trace
what is happening to Zope's FTP server causing it to die?

Cheers!

--
Pablo Bleyer Kocik |
pbleyer|"Rintrah roars  shakes his fires in the burdend
air;
  @embedded.cl | Hungry clouds swag on the deep" — William Blake



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