On 04/11/2010 14:13, Shane Hathaway wrote:
>> Turns out I had keep-history set to true whereas the database have been
>> created with it set to false.
>> Should this not result in an exception being logged rather than just a
>> silent death that causes zdaemon to lamely attempt to restart the instance?
> It outputs an error using the logging module and raises an exception.
Have you verified this in a normal Zope 2 setup?
In my case, I have 2 "normal" storages, both of which now have
keep-history as false and a third for the temp folder. I'm using MySQL
as the back end and saw no logging either from RelStorage or anything
that might have caught an exception from RelStorage...
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