Running zopectl debug runs your normal instance with additional debug
breakpoints and pdb started. So in the same way that you cannot start
the same instance twice, you cannot start your instance and a zopectl
debug at the same time.


Jeff Kowalczyk  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 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,
> either.

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