They are listening on different ports, (80 and 81) in my test case.

And yes, there will be a load balancer in front of them (there will
be 15 dual processor servers) to make the cluster appear like one
machine.

-dyon

On Wed, May 23, 2001 at 12:38:25PM -0700, Randall F. Kern wrote:
> If I understand your scenario, you are trying to run two instances of
> Zope on a single machine, talking to a ZEO server?
> 
> That won't work :)
> 
> Neither Unix nor Windows knows what to do with two processes trying to
> open the same port for listen.  I'm surprised the second Zope instance
> even starts.
> 
> If you want to try it, start each instance of Zope on different ports,
> then use some kind of ipforwarding/load balancer on the box to route
> connections to port 80 to either of your Zope servers (say 8081 and
> 8082).
> 
> -Randy

-- 
Dyon Balding <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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