On Jul 31, 2008, at 17:23 , Chris Withers wrote:
I didn't realise (and I've done it often and never experienced this in the past) than running a zopectl run script from the same instance home as a running client could result in ZEO client cache corruption.

Should this be the case?

Sounds logical to me. The running instance and your zopectl run-script work in the same space with identical configurations, so both will start using the same ZEO cache file. To me this sounds like a recipe for disaster. You should run your script in a dedicated instance home used for that purpose.


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