Thanks a lot for your suggestions.

You could try a ZEO fanout setup too, where you have a  ZEO server
running on each client machine. The intermediary ZEO's client cache
(you could put it on tmpfs if you have enough RAM) is then shared
between all the clients running on that machine.

Like this?


That looks like an interesting possibility. Is anyone using it in production? Is it stable/reliable? Any drawbacks besides the overhead that gets added by the additional ClientStorage?

Thanks a lot, once again.


José Pedro Ferreira

Software Developer, Indico Project

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