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Re: Zope will not start

On Fri, Aug 03, 2001 at 08:24:55PM +0200, Stefan Heimann wrote:
> > # zopectl start
> > Starting Zope........................................ failed.
> Maybe another service uses the ports (for http it's usually 8080, for
> fto 8021) Zope tries to listen on.

Nope, that's not it.  Zope has changed the default to one that is
unlikely to conflict.  Also, I verified that the port Zope is looking
for (port 9673) is not being used with netstat beforehand.

In any event, what I really need to know is how to get this thing to
speak to me ...  I see a /var/lib/zope/var/Z2.log, and can see on my
running server the web server accesses, but on the failed server, this
log is empty (as I would expect it to be ... as it merely records
accesses).  How can I get Zope to "spill its guts" about what it is
doing on startup?  There's no -v switch or anything like that in

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