Jens Vagelpohl wrote at 2006-9-14 15:50 +0200:
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>On 14 Sep 2006, at 15:34, Jonathan wrote:
>>>> Yes: a single zeo server can deal with multiple storages (ie. a   
>>>> storage can contain mount points to other storages)
>>>
>>> That's misleading wording, a storage knows nothing at all about   
>>> mounts. The storage server can't do anything except for reading  
>>> from  and writing to ZODB databases. Mounting is a client concept  
>>> only.
>>
>> P.S.  Or is the mount point  totally controlled by zope.conf and  
>> nothing relating to the 'mount point' is stored in the storage?
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>You got it.

I am not sure about the most recent Zope/ZODB versions.

But, up to Zope 2.8/ZODB 3.4, Jonathan was right:

  Beside configuration, there have been MountPoint objects
  in the ZODB that handled the mounting magic.

  While not completely impossible, I would be very surprised if the need
  for MountPoint objects were dropped in newer Zope versions...



-- 
Dieter
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