The backup data.fs for the last 16 days has a timestamp of 4/14/2006 and
has not changed in size. Noone has restored from backup during the last 16
days. And, that I'm aware of, noone has moved files. The data.fs.index and
data.fs.lock are both timestamped at 4/17 and haven't changed in any of the
backups. data.fs.tmp is the only file listed in the backups that has
consistently changed day to day, both in timestamp and size.
"Jim Fulton" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Dennis Allison wrote:
>> What about permissions on the Data.fs? If ZEO could not write the
>> but could maintain the persistent cache, that would explain what you
> No. If the storage server couldn't write to the file, it would fail.
> Only the server writes to Data.fs. The client and it's cache are not
> involved. In fact, this has nothing to do with ZEO.,
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