Chris McDonough wrote:
> If you dont think it's file permissions, one thing this could also be...
> is your data.fs on an NFS partition? flock doesn't work well on NFS.
This is a local ReiserFS partition. The zope and zeo are on the local
machine, communicating over port 9999.
I just checked, and it is not the 'zopectl debug' that fails, it is the
second connection to the running zeo; if you run zopectl debug first, that
starts, and the normal zope service will fail instead.
I just did a chmod 666 Data.fs.lock
-rw-rw-rw- 1 zope zope 6 Jul 4 22:15 Data.fs.lock
And to my surprise, that doesn't change the second zeo connection problem,
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