Jason Bernardo wrote at 2006-3-2 11:50 -0500:
>I'm trying to understand just how ZEO/zodb should work when there are
>two connections open to the *same* database at the *same time* and one
>connection updates an object in the database. If an object in the
>database is modified from one of the connections, that modification is
>*not* propogated to the second connection, unless a .sync() is performed
>on the connection itself (or the connection is closed/reopened).
Or you run the "asyncore" main loop in a separate thread (recommended).
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