First of all, thanks for all the replies I received in the last days!
* 2007-07-02 21:39, Jim Fulton wrote:
> >See also http://www.upfrontsystems.co.za/Members/jean/zope-notes/
> >debug-spinning-zope and http://svn.python.org/view/python/trunk/
> Another option, if you are using zserver, is to (carefully) use the
> Medusa monitor server and client. This lets you telnet to the server
> and get a limited Python prompt that lets you poke around at the
> Python level. Of course, this is a potential security hole if not
> done carefully. I used to find it very useful for looking at hung
> Zope 2 applications before it was disabled in Zope 3 for security
I tried the suggestions from Benji, but using gdb and the commands from
"debug-spining-zope" results in a segfault of the zope3 instance I'm
The threads in the sleeping zope3 instance are in either select, poll, or
semaphore waiting (2 or 3 of them) but I can't get more information about
it. I'm thinking about switching to zserver, but considering that my
deployment is in production and I can't have long down-times, I'd like to
know if zserver is a good choice for high loads or if it deprecated and I
should stay with twisted. Was zserver disabled only for security reasons?
What's your opinion about it?
Fabio Tranchitella http://www.kobold.it
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