[Zope] Re: Zope restart fails

2005-10-03 Thread George Donnelly
John Poltorak wrote: running 'sh zopectl start' appears to work but then Zope quickly falls over. try ./runzope and tell us what happens. ___ Zope maillist - Zope@zope.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope ** No cross posts or HTML

Re: [Zope] Restart button in Control Panel

2005-04-19 Thread Milos Prudek
I don't think that debug mode has anything to do with it. Rather, if Correct. i have debug mode off, no Restart button. you're using runzope it's not running in daemon mode, and so cannot restart. Run it as a service with 'zopectl start' and you'll have a Restart button. Correct again. Thank

Re: [Zope] Restart button in Control Panel

2005-04-18 Thread Jake
You are starting it in Debug mode, which means it will not allow for the restart button. /etc/zope.conf (edit debug mode) Also, try running it with: /bin/zopectl start Jake -- http://www.ZopeZone.com Milos Prudek said: Is it possible to have the Restart button in ZMI Control Panel? I only

Re: [Zope] Restart button in Control Panel

2005-04-18 Thread J Cameron Cooper
Jake wrote: You are starting it in Debug mode, which means it will not allow for the restart button. /etc/zope.conf (edit debug mode) Also, try running it with: /bin/zopectl start I don't think that debug mode has anything to do with it. Rather, if you're using runzope it's not running in daemon

Re: [Zope] Restart...

2000-12-04 Thread Cees de Groot
I said: I'll probably start experimenting with ZEO and IDLE and a way to get unrestricted Python code into ZODB. Smalltalk kicks ass, and Zope is only that far from becoming a superset of it. I did a quick hack that might be interesting to take a look at. I posted it on zope-dev, here's the