Bill Anderson wrote:
> OK, after reveiwing the ZEO FAQ, I realized that we seem to be a few
> weeks behind schedule. Is there any updates on a time frame? I know this
> would certainly help amk out with his project, and would certainly help
> me out, even in non-zope apps (I am working on moving a Sybase/Zope
> setup to straight ZODB with ZEO, but can't get an approval until we at
> least have an idea of when we can try the code).
> Half-working code would be fine for me, but last I heard the
> early-testers indicated it was definitely releasable. :)
OK, here's as much of the scoop that I know, having been on the Left
Coast for a week.
It's true, we should have made the first public development release by
now. We were working on adding multiplexing of the protocol, and it got
mostly done before we had to work on other things. We should just back
off of the changes, release what we have, and bring multiplexing back in
Thanks to Greg Ward and Andrew Kuchling, who during testing ZEO helped
Jim get something like an order of magnitude speed improvement in ZEO.
One other thing. Jim brought in a professor that teaches distributed
databases, and it looks like replicating on the storage server (in an
atomic way) might be reasonable. It's not on our radar right now, but
something to keep in mind.
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