At Thursday 18/1/2007 16:30, Andreas Jung wrote:

<zope trace to the console>
ip: 10.75.49.155 requests counting of lines 1 to 11
ip: 10.75.49.51 requests counting of lines 1 to 11
sending results to 10.75.49.155
sending results to 10.75.49.51
ip: 10.75.49.51 requests counting of lines 1 to 11
sending results to 10.75.49.51
</zope trace>


Zope says he got 2 requests form 10.75.49.51 and sent it the results 2
times. Ok, let's check the tcpflow then for these supposed connections :
[...]
Allright, there is only ONE POST request. So zope didnt really got two
requests. Now let's see if it sent the data two times as it presumes :
[...]
The results were sent just one time, not two.

What is going on here ?

What does the toutCompter method really does? Does it modify some object state? That might provoke a ConflictError, forcing a transaction abort and the request to be re-tried (up to three times, silently, then it goes logged).


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