Unless you are using Zope 2.6, don't do that.
For Zope 2.7 or later, see the 2.7 version of the book
at plope.com. Some chapters were never updated from the 2.6 version
but even so it's much improved.
For zope 2.7 or later, what you want to do is now done by editing zope.conf.
On Thu, Sep 07, 2006 at 08:44:08AM +0800, Sinang, Danny wrote:
> In the Zope Book v2.6, it says :
> "Each database connection maintains its own cache (see above, "Database
> Cache"), so bumping the number of connections up increases memory
> requirements. Only change this setting if you're sure you have the
> memory to spare.
> To change this setting, create a file called "custom_zodb.py" in your
> Zope installation directory. In this file, put the following code:"
> Am not sure which directory "Zope installation directory" pertains to.
> Is this the fresh directory from the Zope .tar.gz file ?
> Or is this the already-installed directory ? Or would it be the instance
> directory ? If so, which subdirectory do I place custom_zodb.py ?
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