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Roopesh P Raj wrote:
> In the zope application that I am working on, there are nearly 40 ZEO
> clients. Restarting 40 ZEO clients is a time consuming process which takes
> hours - especially the creation of .zec files in each of the ZEO clients
> takes a lot of time.
Those files are on-disk caches of object state recently loaded from the
ZEO server. What takes the time isn't *creating* those files (they are
created empty if they don't already existt), but rather verifying the
contents of the existing ones. Remove them will speed the restart
process enormously: they will then be repopulated as each client
fetches data from the storage.
Turning off the 'client' option in the '<zeoclient>' section of your
zope.conf disables the "persistent" cache, which means that each
appserver creates the cache as a (hidden) tempfile, removed
automatically at shutdown.
> My doubt is whether it is possible to use one .zec file shared among all the
> ZEO clients?
No, that is not possible.
Tres Seaver +1 540-429-0999 tsea...@palladion.com
Palladion Software "Excellence by Design" http://palladion.com
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