On 2 Oct 2017, at 5:33am, Kevin O'Gorman <kevinogorm...@gmail.com> wrote:
> What such things always say "segementation fault (core dumped)" and the
> name of the program.
Try standard investation for any Python program which gives a segmentation
fault. Waht does faulthandler say ?
If that doesn’t help, use GDB:
prompt$ gdb python
… blah …
(gdb) r myprog.py
… blah …
… crash notice …
If your program crashes in shell but not in the debugger you have a
memory-management problem unrelated to SQLite.
Additional questions if that doesn’t solve it for you:
What modules/packages are you importing ? Are any of them not needed to get
your code to the point where it triggers the crash ? If so, try not loading
Can you demonstrate the problem with a tiny dataset rather than the long one
which caused the problem ? Does the dataset matter at all or is it just the
number of operations that matters ? Try generating random data and see if the
crash is always on the same row 143473 or something.
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