>>>ZRS is only required for replication, not scaling, for which ZEO
Then run a single zope zeo client per processor core. ZODB makes data 
partitioning (database mounts) simple as well.


My interpretation of this statement is as follows. You can store
information in separate partitions of the ZODB, and ZEO will route
requests to the appropriate partition.

Is that true only for Zope 3, or is it true for Zope 2.1x as well?

Would Zope applications need to be rewritten to support multiple
partitions? Or is it all transparent to the developer?

Has anyone actually ever tried that on a massive scale? What are the
largest and busiest functional partitioned ZODB instances in active use?

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