Yup, that is one of my fallback approachs.  It seems to me that I should
be able to write a configuration for the Zopes that either invokes a
remote syslogd server (or other server) which will merge multiple logging
entries into a single file on one of the machines in the cluster,
preferably the ZEO host.  Another approaches would be to maintain local
logs and then have a process running on the remote machine that performs
the merge.  We post-process the logs in nearly real-time and we expect 
related transactions to spread across multiple Zopes.

On Mon, 1 Aug 2005, Andreas Jung wrote:

> --On 1. August 2005 09:51:37 -0700 Dennis Allison 
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >
> > Zope 2.7.6 with ZEO
> > Python 2.4.1
> >
> > I would like to configure for a single merged log.  If BE is the backend
> > machine running ZEO and FEA FEB and FEC are various front-ends for the
> > ZEO, what's the configuration supposed to look like to get a merged log
> > collected on the machine on which ZEO runs.   The only log I need to merge
> > is the Z2.log--the othes can be left per-Zope frontend.  While it would
> > be  nice if the merged entries were serialized, it is not strictly
> > necessary. Cross machine transmission can be either UDP or TCP.
> I don't know what the sense of a merged Z2.log is. You can install a 
> front-end proxy + load balancer so you could use the logfile of the proxy 
> or write a small script to merge the the Z2.log from multiple clients into 
> a single file. You should be straight forward with some line of Python.
> -aj


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