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Wed Feb 4 03:38:24 CET 2004
Yup that's what it's doing. I don't have a class though but I have a
function where it does a :
Is that a problem? Please help! Thanks
Phil Hornby wrote:
>>>I have a multithreaded python script that collects some data
>>>periodically and populates it into a database. For some reason, one of
>>>the thread keeps stopping after running for some while and there's no
>>>failure or any other sign of failure. What can possibly be going wrong?
>>>how can I track this? Is there someway I can find out if ony of the
>>>thread stopped? Please help!!
> A code snippet might help??
> How are you controlling the thread?
> If you are doing something periodically is it something like:
> class myThread(threading.Thread):
> def run():
> while 1:
> #do something
> Is your thread stopping or just 'finishing'? i.e. is the run method getting
> to the end?
> I don't know what environment you are running it in but if you are able to
> see the stdout you could add a simple print statement as the last thing in
> the function to see if it gets there...if so then the problem is in your
> control code, e.g. the events you wait for or the flags you act on.
> "Requirements - what are they I just hack something together that does what
> I think they want" ;)
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