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RPM  plone.recipe.zope2instance-4.4.1-1.lbn25.noarch.rpm Architecture  noarch Size  245841 Created  2019/10/05 08:46:24 UTC
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Summary ZC Buildout recipe for installing a Zope 2 instance
Group Application/Internet
License ZPL 2.1
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This recipe creates and configures a Zope 2 instance in parts. It also installs a control script, which is like zopectl, in the bin/ directory. The name of the control script is the the name of the part in buildout.

You can use it with a part like this:

  recipe = plone.recipe.zope2instance
  zope2-location = /path/to/zope2/install
  user = admin:admin
  http-address = 8080
  eggs = ${buildout:eggs} my.package
  products = ${buildout:directory}/products
  zcml = my.package

Options -------

zope2-location The path where Zope 2 is installed. If you are also using the plone.recipe.zope2install recipe, and you have that configured as a part called zope2 prior to the zope2instance part, you can use ${zope2:location} for this parameter.

zope-conf A relative or absolute path to a zope.conf file. If this is not given, a zope.conf will be generated based on the the options below.

repozo The path to the backup script. A wrapper for this will be generated in bin/repozo, which sets up the appropriate environment for running this. Defaults to "${zope2-location}/utilities/ZODBTools/". Set this to an empty value if you do not want this script to be generated.

The following options all affect the generated zope.conf:

products A list of paths where Zope 2 products are installed. The first path takes precedence in case the same product is found in more than one directory.

site-zcml If you want a custom site.zcml file, put its content here. If this option is used the zcml and zcml-additional options are ignored.

zcml Install ZCML slugs for the packages listed, separated by whitespace. You can specify the type of slug by appending - and the type of slug you want to create. The valid types are configure, overrides and meta. Some examples: my.package-overrides my.package-meta

zcml-additional Extra ZCML statements that should be included in the generated site.zcml file.

extra-paths A list of paths where additional python packages are installed. The paths are searched in the given order after all egg and products paths.

default-zpublisher-encoding This controls what character set is used to encode unicode data that reaches ZPublisher without any other specified encoding. This defaults to utf-8.

debug-mode Set to on to turn on debug mode in Zope. Defaults to off.

verbose-security Set to on to turn on verbose security (and switch to the Python security implementation). Defaults to off (and the C security implementation).

effective-user The name of the effective user for the Zope process. Defaults to not setting an effective user.

ip-address The default IP address on which Zope's various server protocol implementations will listen for requests. If this is unset, Zope will listen on all IP addresses supported by the machine. This directive can be overridden on a per-server basis in the servers section. Defaults to not setting an ip-address.

port-base Offset applied to the port numbers used for ZServer configurations. For example, if the http-server port is 8080 and the port-base is 1000, the HTTP server will listen on port 9080. This makes it easy to change the complete set of ports used by a Zope server process. Zope defaults to 0.

http-address Give a port for the HTTP server. Defaults to 8080.

http-fast-listen Set to off to defer opening of the HTTP socket until the end of the Zope startup phase. Defaults to on. Note: This option requires Zope >= 2.11.

ftp-address Give a port for the FTP server. This enables the FTP server.

webdav-address Give a port for the WebDAV server. This enables the WebDAV server

webdav-force-connection-close Valid options are off and on. Defaults to off

client-home Sets the clienthome for the generated instance. Defaults to ${buildout:directory}/var/.

var Used to configure the base directory for all things going into var. Defaults to ${buildout:directory}/var.

event-log The filename of the event log. Defaults to var/log/${partname}.log

event-log-custom A custom section for the eventlog, to be able to use another event logger than logfile

event-log-level Set the level of the console output for the event log. Level may be any of CRITICAL, ERROR, WARN, INFO, DEBUG, or ALL. Defaults to INFO.

z2-log The filename for the Z2 access log. Defaults to var/log/${partname}-Z2.log.

z2-log-level Set the log level for the access log. Level may be any of CRITICAL, ERROR, WARN, INFO, DEBUG, or ALL. Defaults to WARN.

access-log-custom Like event-log-custom, a custom section for the access logger, to be able to use another event logger than `logfile`.

file-storage The filename where the ZODB data file will be stored. Defaults to var/filestorage/Data.fs.

demo-storage If on it enables the demostorage. It is not compatible with blob-storage and rel-storage.

blob-storage The name of the directory where the ZODB blob data will be stored.

rel-storage Allows to set a RelStorage instead of a FileStorage.

Contains settings separated by newlines, with these values:

  • type: any database type supported (postgresql, oracle, mysql) - all other keys are passed on to the database-specific RelStorage adapter.


    rel-storage =
      type oracle
      user tarek
      password secret

zeo-client Set to on to make this instance a ZEO client. In this case, setting the zeo-address option is required, and the file-storage option has no effect. To set up a ZEO server, you can use the plone.recipe.zope2zeoserver recipe. Defaults to off.

shared-blob If zeo-client is set to on and blob-storage is set to a directory that is shared between this instance and the ZEO server (as configured by the blob-dir setting on zeo.conf, then setting shared-blob to on causes this instance not to stream the blob file through the ZEO connection, but just to send the information of the file location to the ZEO server.

zeo-address Set the address of the ZEO server. Defaults to 8100.

zeo-client-name Set the name of the ZEO client. Defaults to the name of the part. If a false value is provided no zeo-client-name will be set.

zeo-client-cache-size Set the size of the ZEO client cache. Defaults to 30MB.

zeo-client-client Set the persistent cache name that is used to construct the cache filenames. Persistent cache files are disabled by default.

zeo-storage Set the storage number of the ZEO storage. Defaults to 1.

zeo-var Used in the zeo storage snippets to configure the zeo var folder. Defaults to $INSTANCE_HOME/var.

zeo-username Enable ZEO authentication and use the given username when accessing the ZEO server. It is obligatory to also specify a zeo-password.

zeo-password Password to use when connecting to a ZEO server with authentication enabled.

zeo-realm Authentication realm to use when authentication with a ZEO server. Defaults to ZEO.

zodb-cache-size Set the ZODB cache size, i.e. the number of objects which the ZODB cache will try to hold. Defaults to 5000.

zodb-cache-size-bytes Set the ZODB cache sizes in bytes. Requires ZODB 3.9 or later.

zserver-threads Specify the number of threads that Zope's ZServer web server will use to service requests. You shouldn't change this unless you know what you are doing. Zope's default is 4.

zodb-temporary-storage If given Zope's default temporary storage definition will be replaced by the lines of this parameter.

environment-vars Define arbitrary key-value pairs for use as environment variables during Zope's run cycle.


    environment-vars =
      TZ US/Eastern
      TMP /var/tmp
      DISABLE_PTS True

zope-conf-additional Give additional lines to zope.conf. Make sure you indent any lines after the one with the parameter.


    zope-conf-additional =
      locale fr_FR
      http-realm Slipknot

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