According to Dieter Maurer:
> >The reason is the way python handles threads on some systems
> >(RedHat-7.3, kernel 2.4.20, without NPTL).
> What is "NPTL"?
Native POSIX Thread Library.
> That is the good behaviour. Thus, we only have to learn
> how we can get "NPTL" for all Linux systems.
However, i dont know enough about NPTL. Only that it caused us some
grief when we migrated applications from RedHat-7.3 to RedHat-9 (we
had to set LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.1 for some applications [including
oracle] to work).
> By the way, nobody answered my problem report on comp.lang.python.
> Was maybe a bad time, during "Pycon".
Yes, i think it is more a python problem than a zope problem. But it
bites the Zope server on a linux system w/o NPTL. Maybe we have more
luck this time...
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