I ran it again with an "strace -f" wrapped around it. Attached are the last
100 lines if the strace output.


On 7 April 2013 13:42, Stef Hoesli <s...@hoes.li> wrote:

> Grüezi,
> Im running Debian 6.0.7 with mysql 5.1.66, imdbpy 4.6.0 and sqlalchemy
> 0.6.3 (tried sqlobject first, but that gave me the same error). I
> downloaded the IMDb plain text data files from April 5th.When I do
> imdbpy2sql.py -d <PATH TO MY FILES> -u <MYSQL URI>
> Then the script starts to import data into my DB, but after some time it
> terminates with a Segmentation fault. The last lines that are outputed are:
> ...
> SCANNING actor: Winter, Michael (VIII)
> SCANNING actor: Witch, Raymond
>  * FLUSHING SQLData...
> SCANNING actor: Wogan, Terry
>  * FLUSHING CharactersCache...
> Before the crash, the python script uses 45.7 %MEM according to top. My
> machine has 2 GB of RAM, a Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU D525 @ 1.80GHz, and runs
> Linux 3.2.0-0.bpo.4-amd64.
> Any idea what could be wrong here and more important: Any tips how I can
> work around that seg fault?
> Any input welcome, even a plain ole RTFM, as long as you point out which
> doc to read more carefully... :-)
> Thanks
> Stef

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