Kenneth Miller wrote:
I'm currently developing my application ontop of zodb/zeo, and the idea of having the Zeo server the only single point of failure still bothers me. My question is, has anyone thought of any solutions for this. My idea was to have a few or more background processes that kept multiple servers synced and concurrent. Any thoughts?


1. If you use RelStorage instead of ZEO, you should be able to use database-specific replication capabilities. http://wiki.zope.org/ZODB/RelStorage

2. Zope Corporation sells ZRS, which provides master/slave replication for ZEO. http://www.zope.com/zopecom/products/zope_replication_services.html

3. Christian Theune has been working on an interesting solution called ZEO RAID. http://pypi.python.org/pypi/gocept.zeoraid

Shane
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