On Wed, Dec 07, 2005 at 09:02:11AM -0500, Tres Seaver wrote:
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> Chris Withers wrote:
> > Tres Seaver wrote:
> >> You have confused the "server socket" (which is set in the <http-server>
> >> section) with the "daemon control socket (set in <runner> in the
> >> zeo.conf file; not currently settable in zope.conf). The control
> >> socket has to be a Unix-domain socket. John is asking to surface an
> >> existing zdaemon feature (already used in zeo.conf) within zope.conf.
> > Ah, okay. How does this work on windows?
> zdaemon / zopectl *don't* work on windows.
> > What's wrong with the default name?
> Th the original poster's case, his OS requires that Unix-domain sockets
> have mangled names.
All I'm asking for at the moment is how to take advantage of what are
supposed to be existing options of setting the socket name to something
other than the default 'zdsock'.
Presumably someone created the the '-s' option to zdctl for exactly this
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