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On 3 Jul 2006, at 01:10, Lennart Regebro wrote:
On 7/2/06, Chris Withers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I wonder if there's something to be said for having a generic object
indexing service that didn't use ZODB but used its own local
re-indexed as needed or if the indexes are corrupt?
Last week I got the interesting idea of using a separate ZEO server
for the catalog.
I don't know how much sense that makes, or if it's easy to do. Just an
idea I had. :-)
If you have a catalog-heavy site with high activity it does make
sense and is not hard to do. To really get a I/O benefit you should
have that ZODB served off a different disk drive or host, and if
you're on the same host served through a separate ZEO server process.
I've never tried to mount just the catalog by designating the
container-class in zope.conf as the ZCatalog class, I always had the
catalog(s) in a separate folder off to the side and QueueCatalogs
where the catalog would normally reside. Then I just mount that
folder with the catalog(s) in it.
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