Willi Langenberger wrote at 2004-5-2 17:10 +0200:
> ...
>The reason is the way python handles threads on some systems
>(RedHat-7.3, kernel 2.4.20, without NPTL).

What is "NPTL"?

>PS: A RedHat-9 system (kernel 2.4.20, with NPTL) shows a different
>behaviour. After the segfault, all threads disappeared. So maybe
>all is ok with NPTL, but i've not tested it yet...

That is the good behaviour. Thus, we only have to learn
how we can get "NPTL" for all Linux systems.

By the way, nobody answered my problem report on comp.lang.python.
Was maybe a bad time, during "Pycon".


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