On Wed, 2001-12-05 at 15:41, Matthew T. Kromer wrote:
> Leonardo Rochael Almeida wrote:
> >We aren't getting any core files, even after setting ulimit correctly
> >(although we could be setting it uncorrectly. I'll look into that
> >further). Anyway, someone else in this list said that core dumps for
> >threaded apps in Linux were mostly useless, so we aren't investing much
> >energy in it anyway.
> >With the short restart times we have, I'd prever a solution that didn't
> >involve keeping a dead site dead for too long (as in, debugging with
> >gdb). We are working in a ZEO scheme that would switch over the
> >accelerator to proxy another zeo client, but we are not there yet.
> >It would be ideal if we could instruct python to grab the SIG11, invoke
> >gdb, get a C stacktrace for all threads and let Zope die in peace. If it
> >all happend in a few seconds, we will still keep the client happy.
> Well largely, ALL I want is the backtrace -- and I'm wondering if I
> could cobble something together that could get it. The problem is it
> needs to look at the symbol table, and I dont know how to get at that
> via C -- ie, gdb doesnt have an interface that I know of that you can
> link in to grab a stack trace and exit.
If you don't think a core dump is going to be useful, gdb isn't going to
I know I have gotten Zope to dump core before, and I think I did this
with -Z '', i.e. don't start a management process. Then you need some
other way to start Zope when it dies.
As for ZMySQLDA/MySQLdb, I do know that the MySQL client libraries will
crash if you try use the same connection more than once simultaneously
in two different threads. I have never quite been sure whether or not
there is some kind of locking in Zope to prevent threads from
simultaneously using two database connections, since I expect this would
cause problems on virtually all implementations.
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