Am Mittwoch, den 05.10.2005, 14:17 -0400 schrieb Tim Peters:

> Don't know enough to be sure, but you've seen that the commit-lock code _in_
> ZODB is very simple:  tpc_begin acquires it, tpc_{abort,finish} releases it,
> and that's it.  I agree it's an error that tpc_abort may not release it if
> other code in tpc_abort raises an exception, but in that case you should
> also see the log message shown above.

It looks like we have been bitten by a bug in a C-Module for MySQL
access. Sometimes it led to a segfault, a halt, or the hang. We can't
reproduce it after switching that C-Module anymore. I really hate
C-Modules for Python right now. 

Thanks for your help,

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