James E. Blair
This updates the ZooKeeper class to inherit from ZooKeeperBase and utilize its connection methods. It also moves the connection loss detection used by the builder to be more localized and removes unused methods. Change-Id: I6c9dbe17976560bc024f74cd31bdb6305d51168d
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