This is a system administration problem, not a zope problem. :D

If you want to start zopectl ever you need to configure it on /etc/init.d/ with rc-update.d on debian or chkconfig on fedora.

Yo use a ssh session and start your service and if you close ssh connection you close the application too.

See on you distro for config process to start on your /etc/init.d/


virgil huston escribió:

Thanks for pointing me to zopectl. I had to ./zopectl, then type start
from the zopectl prompt.


On 7/23/05, virgil huston <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Oops, I meant to say runzope. I got Zope from the Zope web site,


On 7/23/05, Jens Vagelpohl <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On 23 Jul 2005, at 18:46, virgil huston wrote:

This may be a stupid question, but, after searching the archives to
find out how to keep Zope running after starting and then
disconnecting from a remote ssh session, nothing works.

First, the Zope manual and all the archives messages talk about using
./start. That doesn't work for me unless I am just in the wrong
directory. I am running ./zoperun from /bin.
The "start" script was used in Zope versions up to 2.6.x, replaced by
"zopectl" for safely starting and stopping Zope in the 2.7-series and
up. Apart from that, packages that are put together by other people
or by Linux distribution maintainers may have their own scripts.

I have no idea what "zoperun" is, I'm assuming you mean "",
which is part of 2.7.x and up? If not then this smells like some non-
standard package, you should contact its maintainer.

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