--On Donnerstag, 24. Mai 2001 05:07 +1000 Dyon Balding
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> 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?
I'm running 2 clients at the same time (actually I'm running 3: 2 clients
for HTTP requests and one client for FTP)
> Unfortunately I'm currently stuck with Windows due to both political
> reasons, and because we are interfacing to a large SQLServer database.
political reasons... will they never lern...
However, we are using strange databases with ZmxODBCDA/mxODBC
and Merant (http://www.merant.com) middleware.
This way we only have one NT Box to access the databases.
> 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]> wrote:
>> > 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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