At 1:18 pm -0700 16/10/00, Karl Anderson wrote:
>Terry Kerr <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> I don't think the monitor gives you any advantage? I have never
>>used a ptyhon prompt before...I will have to give it a go.
>Actually, the advantage of the monitor is that it runs in the same
>process as your server, so you can track resource issues. Mounting
>the database separately avoids this.
>Karl Anderson [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Is there anywhere documented that describes how to track resource issues?
I regularly have Zope processes that hit 150 Megs of RAM and would
like to know if I'm doing anything dopey.
Dr Tony McDonald, FMCC, Networked Learning Environments Project
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