You might want to take a look into the -M switch of in combination
with the "How To Track Down Hangs Using the Debug Log" HOWTO on to
figure out where you're getting the coredump...

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dario Lopez-Kästen" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Thursday, February 08, 2001 10:23 AM
Subject: [Zope] Zope dumping core

> Hello!
> I am runing zope 2.2.5 on a Solaris box, and it is dumping core (suspect:
> SQL MEthods with oracle, FTP server).
> I am using it in conjunction with oracle. Could this be the culprit?
> Any help is appreciated. If we cannot get Zope to be stable we'll have to
> abandon it; this is not on my list of preferred actions, but we have very
> little in zope at the moment, jet it is unstable. We'll soon need to star=
> t
> moving to production and more heavy testing.
> DC: what do you charge for technical support? Contact me off list, please.
> Do any of you have any hints on how to track down the source of the faili=
> ng.
> AFAIK I have set up everything to log as much as possible, but there is n=
> o
> hint of anythin in the logs. Also I don't know how to read the logs. I'll
> poke around the sources, but if anyone has some info they'd like to share=
> ,
> i'd appreciate it a lot.
> Sincerely,
> /dario
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