We are trying to move our python 2.7.10 codebase from Windows to Linux. We recently discovered that multiprocessing library in Python 2.7 behaves differently on Windows vs Linux. We have found many articles like this one describing the problem however, we are unable to find a solution online for Python 2.7. This is a fix for this issue in Python 3.4 however, we are unable to upgrade to Python 3.4. Is there any way to use multiprocessing in Python 2.7 on Linux without the child and parent sharing memory? We can also use guidance on modifying forking.py code in python 2.7 to ensure child and parent process aren't sharing memory and doing Copy-on-Write. Thanks!