Thanks for your reply.
When you say it works fine on a dual processor machine, are you saying
that a single ZEO client fully utilises both processors? or that you
are running two ZEO clients successfully?
Unfortunately I'm currently stuck with Windows due to both political
reasons, and because we are interfacing to a large SQLServer database.
On Wed, May 23, 2001 at 08:44:59PM +0200, Tino Wildenhain wrote:
> Hi Dyon,
> ZEO on a dual processor machine runs fine for me.
> I'm using redhat-linux for the server (ZEO and Clients
> on same machine)
> If you dont need strange things I would not recommend
> Win2k as server platform.
> Best regards
> Tino Wildenhain
> --On Mittwoch, 23. Mai 2001 11:35 -0700 Dyon Balding <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > Hi,
> > We are setting up a cluster of ZEO clients on dual processor machines.
> > From some experiments and from searching through the mailing lists, it
> > appears that a single Zope process will not take full advantage of the
> > two processors.
> > The solution would appear to be to run two ZEO clients on each server.
> > This, however, is causing problems.
> > I can successfully run two Zope (non-ZEO) processes on a single machine,
> > but two ZEO clients don't seem to coexist nicely on the Windows 2000
> > machine. The second client to start will accept connections, but never
> > responds with anything.
> > Zope: 2.3.2, ZEO: 1.0b3, Windows 2k for clients, Linux and Windows 2k
> > for storage server.
> > Is there a better solution? If not, has anyone come across this
> > problem?
> > Any pointers appreciated
> > -d
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