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Hi Michele,

> thank you for your answer. Now since I'm new with "gdb" I have some questions.
> I did following. I created a file called "gdb_batch" with following content:
> 
>     info threads
>     thread 1
>     bt
>     thread 2
>     bt
>     thread 3
>     bt
>     thread 4
>     bt
>     thread 5
>     bt
> 
> and run the "gdb" command like this
> 
>     gdb python $(cat Z2.pid) --batch -x gdb_batch  > gdb_bt.log 2>&1
> 
> Can you maybe help me to "decode" the output (see attachment)?

There's nothing in the output that jumps out at me I am afraid. In those
very few situations where I had to use gdb (it's literally been years
ago) I saw references to specific OS-level libraries, such as the
OpenLDAP libraries, that told me the code is hanging waiting for an
answer from an LDAP server.

Maybe someone else has a better idea.

jens

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