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On 2 May 2006, at 08:52, Gerhard Schmidt wrote:
A configuration like that is described in the Zope Book on page 230.

I'd like to see that. The proxying you describe is simply not possible, period.

As Andreas mentioned, the (commercial) ZRS product from Zope Corp will give the the "hot backup/hot standby" you seem to look for. All "backup" ZEO servers can be accessed by clients, but read-only.

jens

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