There is a thing or two I can try out of this report. Thanks.
> Which relational DB is being used here?
> It looks very much like ZODB, isn't
> there a list for that?
We use Oracle.
I wonder if a race condition occurs as it tries
to open a few database connections at the outset.
No, that can't be! No zope html connection is
<[EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Tena Sakai <[EMAIL
Subject: Re: [Zope-DB] HEEELP! my
zope has become virtually unusable
On 2003-04-02 at 23:58:58 [+0200], you wrote:
> Thanks for your suggestion, Charlie.
> Are you suggesting that this is caused by some kind of race condition?
> It's hard for me to believe that such condition occurs as soon as the
> first user (me) hits return on the authentication/login panel.
> I would like to get someone's reponse on what I mentioned in the original
> mail. Ie., do you or do you not think the numbers I mention are
> relevant? Ie.,
> Total number of objects in the database: 10561
> Total number of objects in all caches: 2294
> Target size: 400
> Target max time between accesses: 60
> Is it true that bottom 2 numbers should be somewhat balanced against top
> two numbers? And what is the ideal balance?
Check out the following, it may be relevant
I don't have *any* Solaris experience so I can't help very much
> I want this particular issue/item to stay in zope-DB. Please don't move
> this topic to [EMAIL PROTECTED] I am not asking use/behavior of dtml or
> something of that nature. In Mailing List @zope.org, it says:
> This list will cover Zope's relationship with various relational
> databases (e.g. Oracle, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, MySQL, etc.) All
> questions regarding Zope and databases are fair game on this list.
Which relational DB is being used here? It looks very much like ZODB, isn't
there a list for that?
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