What OS? That test was written obviously to make sure the system
works... others have complained about similar issues. I'd like to be
able to track this down, but I can't make the test fail under Red Hat
On Fri, 2003-10-17 at 15:56, Steve Jibson wrote:
> We have been using Zope 2.7.0-beta2 and we have been having a bit of
> trouble with SESSION loosing data when we have more than one user on the
> system. These problems usually show up as KeyErrors when a particular
> data element in SESSION cannot be found. If I set the zserver threads
> to 1 in zope.conf, the problem seems to go away (but the system isn't
> really usable either). So I assumed it was a thread-safety problem in
> the SESSION code.
> I decided to be brave and take a look at the code. To my surprize, I
> found a test file called stresstestMultiThread.py in the
> lib/python/Products/Sessions/stresstests directory that seemed to be the
> exact thing I wanted to test. It wouldn't run without a couple of minor
> modifications, but once I got it running, with more than three or four
> threads, the tests fail (never complete).
> Is this test file still valid? It looks like it hasn't been modified
> for almost a year now. If it is valid, has anyone looked into getting
> the tests to pass. I will probably look into it more myself, but before
> I do, I just want to make sure I'm not headed down a dead-end street.
> P.S. - The tests failed in both the 2.7.0b2-src and the what is
> currently in cvs.
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