this is great news.  btw, what causes the spurios conflict errors, if you
don't mind telling

thanks again

p/s i will never regret running my site with zope~  thanks DC and all

-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Fulton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Date: Thursday, August 31, 2000 8:20 AM
Subject: [Zope-ZEO] ANNOUNCE ZEO 0.3 Released

>A new release of Zope Enterprise Objects (ZEO)
>is available at:
>This release fixes a bug that caused spurious conflict errors
>and that could eventually make it impossible to make changes
>without restarting a ZEO client (e.g. Zope process).
>The release also has two enhancements when running
>the ZEO server on Unix:
>- When the storage server start script is run as root,
>  the script will switch to a different user (nobody by
>  default). There is a new '-u' option that can be used to
>  specify the user.
>- The storage server will gracefully close served storages when
>  the server is killed with a SIGTERM or SIGHUP. If a
>  FileStorage is being served, then an index file will be
>  written.
>If you encounter problems with ZEO, please report them
>using the ZEO issue tracker at:
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