[Zope-dev] CorruptedDataError sniff !

2005-06-02 Thread Eric Brun
Hi all, Houston, we've got big a problem ! Here is the traceback in ZEO_EVENTS.log: -- 2005-06-02T11:45:21 INFO(0) zrpc-conn:193.49.250.194:37684 zeoLoad() raised exception: 968647571 Traceback (innermost last): File /data/ZeoCVS/lib/python/ZEO/zrpc/connection.py, line 234, in

[Zope-dev] application server standards

2005-06-02 Thread John Doe
Hi All, Im busy conducting an analysis on some python web appplication servers. I have a few questions with regard to Zope: 1 How scalable is Zope ( how)? 2 With regard to web application standards how does it comply: - HTTP protocol support - server-side code execution -

Re: [Zope-dev] CorruptedDataError sniff !

2005-06-02 Thread Tim Peters
[Eric Brun] | Houston, we've got big a problem ! Here is the traceback in ZEO_EVENTS.log: ... CorruptedDataError: 968647571 And I can't pack the zodb, ... Packing is the last thing you should be trying when you have corruption. There's no mechanical, safe way to recover. Please read

Re: Re: [Zope-dev] CorruptedDataError sniff !

2005-06-02 Thread Eric Brun
Packing is the last thing you should be trying when you have corruption. In fact I discover the corruption during the pack. There's no mechanical, safe way to recover. Please read this: http://zope.org/Wikis/ZODB/FileStorageBackup This is a great document. I think the origin of

Re: [Zope-dev] application server standards

2005-06-02 Thread Dieter Maurer
John Doe wrote at 2005-6-2 13:37 +0200: ... 1 How scalable is Zope ( how)? Quite good. We handle in the order of a million (fat) requests per day per Zope instance. We currently have 5 Zope instances all interfacing via ZEO to the same ZODB (thus, we handle in the order of 5 million (fat)

[Zope-dev] [Proposal] Drop Mount.py from ZODB 3.5

2005-06-02 Thread Tim Peters
http://www.zope.org/Collectors/Zope/1800 describes some of the code problems with Zope's current way of mounting databases. ZODB 3.4 (still) has a Mount.py module, unused and untested by ZODB. Jim and I were both surprised today to discover that Zope (2.8) still imports it, so we can't drop