On Thu, 02 Nov 2000 21:16:07 WET, "Júlio Dinis Silva"
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>Supose you are saving z2.log on a mounted disk, either nfs linux or a WinNT
>cluster network name. If for some seconds that mounted disk became
>unavailable, isnt supose ZServer log system to buffer a little until the
>mounted resource became available again?
>I'm dealing with the problem that z2.log "write system" on NT are giving me
>a IOError when the resource becames unavailable for some seconds.
Why not get Zope to log into local storage, and merge the logs
>If there isnt anything already to fix this, wouldnt be good if ZServer
>buffer a "little" until the resource became available and in the case the
>resource just completelly cease to be then ZServer just stop to write logs,
>instead of killing the process raising the exception?
You can think of the local log as a buffer, if you prefer ;-)
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