Hi Terry, > The module sys.exit() looks useful, but I keep getting: > > Job "check_webserver_commands (trigger: interval[0:00:01], paused)" > raised an exception > Traceback (most recent call last): > File > "/usr/local/lib/python3.7/dist-packages/apscheduler/executors/base.py", line > 125, in run_job > retval = job.func(*job.args, **job.kwargs) > File "minstermusic.py", line 444, in check_webserver_commands > sys.exit() > SystemExit > > but it doesn't actually exit the program and I have to Ctrl-C to get out > fully, which means it doesn't save the trace.
This is still the counting trace which writes at the end? It looks like whatever considers minstermusic.py a ‘job’ is catching all exceptions, including the SystemExit raised by sys.exit(). So you need to look at its documentation to - Confirm it's catching the exception because your contract with it is you won't raise SystemExit. - Find out its defined way of having your job indicate it's finished and shouldn't be called any more. Hopefully, it's the only job and then the job-runner will exit. -- Cheers, Ralph. -- Next meeting: Online, Jitsi, Tuesday, 2021-03-02 20:00 Check to whom you are replying Meetings, mailing list, IRC, ... http://dorset.lug.org.uk New thread, don't hijack: mailto:email@example.com