Jens Vagelpohl <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> terry,
> you forgot the step of actually connecting to the monitor :) there is a very
> short howto on using the correct client program to log into the monitor at:
> and similar info at:

I don't use the monitor anymore, I just mount the database from a
Python prompt:

lefty /usr/local/zope/2.2.0/lib/python= python
Python 1.5.2 (#1, Sep 17 1999, 20:15:36)  [GCC egcs-2.91.66 19990314/Linux (egcs- on 
Copyright 1991-1995 Stichting Mathematisch Centrum, Amsterdam
>>> import ZServer, Zope
>>> app =
>>> dir(app)
['Control_Panel', 'QuickStart', '__allow_groups__', '_objects', 
'_product_ac_permissions', '_product_meta_types', '_product_permissions', 
'_product_zclasses', 'acl_users', 'apps', 'bookmarks', 'breadcrumbs', 'index_html', 
'standard_error_message', 'standard_html_footer', 'standard_html_header', 'tmp']

I'm not sure what the usefulness of the monitor is these days.  I
always run ZEO, so I don't have to stop publishing to connect to the
database from the prompt.

Does the monitor give you something that interactive python doesn't?
I do know that python in a shell is more robust than the monitor was -
the monitor used to crash when dumping lots of info, like printing a
large dictionary.

Karl Anderson                          [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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