Simple Thread Question

Steve Wilson stevew at wolfram.com
Wed Oct 16 22:39:05 CEST 2002


I'm currently using Python 2.2.1 on RedHat Linux 7.3 to run a 
multi-threaded program.  I've noticed that instead of one python process I 
have multiple python processes showing up in the process table(seen via 
top/ps).  Each process appears to have allocated the same amount of memory 
as the original python process, etc...  Should I see multiple interpreter 
instances(processes) when running a threaded python program?  It almost 
looks as though the code has forked/execed once for each thread.  Should 
something else happen other than the ./configure, make, make install cycle 
to properly set up thread support?

Thanks in advance,

Steve
stevew(at)wolfram.com

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