Thank you very much!
I was thinking in something more like a monitor (to use it even if zope is
working ok) but I try it
2007/9/20, Paul Winkler <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> You might also consider turning on the trace log. I've sometimes done
> troubleshooting by eyeballing that file and/or using
> requestprofiler.py. This is useful if some requests are taking so
> long that zope seems to hang. But DeadlockDebugger might be easier to
> - P
> On Thu, Sep 20, 2007 at 01:33:55AM +0200, Garito wrote:
> > Hi!
> > Every night my Zope server has 99% cpu usage and, sometimes, the server
> > stops to serve pages
> > There are any way to know what the Zope server is doing in real time?
> > I know I could look at event.log or z2.log but I would like to know the
> > activity in real time
> > Is this posible?
> > How can I know what my server is doing?
> Paul Winkler
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