On Sun, Aug 12, 2007 at 07:01:11PM +0000, Jim Carroll wrote:
> Hi I'm having trouble getting my web server started.  It's 
> starting ZEO, but zeo never completes the startup process.  
> The zdctl.py is wating forever for a runzeo which fails 
> instantly with error code 2. 
> Im running ZODB 3.3.1 on Python 2.4 on Ubuntu. 
> I've tried a stand-alone startup to see what's going on 
> and it tells me:
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~/tmp# zdctl.py -p "runzeo.py -a 9999 -f Data.fs" start
> Error: invalid value for -m '18': invalid literal for int(): 18


> I stepped through runzeo (and zdctl) with pdb, and figured 
> out that it's actually running: 
> /usr/bin/python /usr/bin/zdrun.py -S schema.xml -b 10 
>  -s zdsock -u www -x 0,2 runzeo.py -a 9999 -f Data.fs -t 10 -m 18

I'd be inclined to look for invisible control characters such as CR at
the end of that line.

Marius Gedminas
The moral of the story is that with a contrived example, you can prove
anything. Oops. No, that's not what I meant to say.
                -- Joel Spolski

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