On Sep 22 2016, Roger Gammans <rgamm...@gammascience.co.uk> wrote:
>                                              File 
> "/usr/lib/python3.4/ssl.py", line 678, in send
>                                                v = self._sslobj.write(data)
>                                            ssl.SSLError: [SSL: 
> BAD_WRITE_RETRY] bad write retry (_ssl.c:1638)
> Is this likely to be issue 87 ?

Yes, it is.

Given the frequency with which this is reported, and the apparently
bleak perspective for getting it fixed in Python, I am coming around to
biting the bullet and implementing a workaround in S3QL.

If it hasn't happened in a week, please remind me.


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