[Tim Peters] >> .... >> As before, I'd run a different ZEO server for each database. I'm not >> sure that what you're doing here will be supported for much longer (or >> really even _is_ supported anymore -- see my last msg).
[Dieter Maurer] > I do not know whether it is supported but it works in ZODB 3.2. > > Why do you want to cancel this? I didn't say I would cancel it / rip it out. I said it's undocumented, untested, and that its status is unclear; and I quoted a comment from current ZODB source that strongly seemed to imply its author (probably Jeremy) believed it was already dead meat ("This argument is primarily for backwards compatibility with servers that supported multiple storages" -- why did the comment use past tense if the current code still supports multiple storages? I don't know, and finding out would take time away from other things; given that Lukas had been trying to get an answer about this one for well over a month, and nobody was able to tell him anything useful, I have to conclude this feature is so little used it deserves no priority over other pressing issues.). If somebody _wants_ this gimmick, the best way to ensure it remains is to contribute documentation and tests for it. As is, assuming it still works at all, I expect it could be (or perhaps already has been) broken purely by accident. _______________________________________________ For more information about ZODB, see the ZODB Wiki: http://www.zope.org/Wikis/ZODB/ ZODB-Dev mailing list - ZODB-Dev@zope.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zodb-dev