I once had similar problems and as far as I remember also
with SuSE 6.4. I think it stopped when using SuSE 7.1
(and 7.0 had the problems, too I think). I was using
python 1.5.2 and various Zope versions.. so maybe the
pymalloc hint would have worked for me then, too.
Actually the crashes were some sort of non deterministic
and did not depend on load etc.
Unfortunately I don't know any details anymore.. I might test
this again sometime and give you a note.
(maybe there also some old mails from me in the archive explaining
some more details but as I am on a text terminal right now I haven't
On Tue, Nov 06, 2001 at 12:00:40PM -0800, Mark Mitchell wrote:
> --On Tuesday, November 06, 2001 02:58:11 PM -0500 Chris McDonough
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Hi mark,
> > Which OS, and which Zope version? I dont have an answer at all right
> > now, but I'd like to start collecting info. If anybody else has this
> > problem, can they also provide platform and Zope version?
> >From the control panel:
> Zope version: (Zope 2.4.2 (binary release, python 2.1, linux2-x86), python
> 2.1.0, linux2)
> Python version: 2.1 (#2, Jun 22 2001, 10:20:42) [GCC 184.108.40.206]
> System Platform: linux2
> The system is SuSE Linux 6.4 with their most recent kernel patch, i.e,
> the 2.2.19 kernel.
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