* 2007-07-12 15:47, Fabio Tranchitella wrote: > > Another option, if you are using zserver, is to (carefully) use the > > Medusa monitor server and client. This lets you telnet to the server > > and get a limited Python prompt that lets you poke around at the > > Python level. Of course, this is a potential security hole if not > > done carefully. I used to find it very useful for looking at hung > > Zope 2 applications before it was disabled in Zope 3 for security > > reasons. > > I tried the suggestions from Benji, but using gdb and the commands from > "debug-spining-zope" results in a segfault of the zope3 instance I'm > debugging.
I'm trying to debug zope3 with gdb, but all I get (even on my laptop, just starting the zope instance and attaching to the process) is a segmentation fault. Any idea on how to debug zope3 with gdb? I'm using Debian etch. Thanks! -- Fabio Tranchitella http://www.kobold.it Free Software Developer and Consultant http://www.tranchitella.it _____________________________________________________________________ 1024D/7F961564, fpr 5465 6E69 E559 6466 BF3D 9F01 2BF8 EE2B 7F96 1564
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