"sem_post: Invalid argument"
jgardner.jonathangardner.net at gmail.com
Fri Oct 26 22:27:37 CEST 2007
On Oct 25, 2:19 pm, robert <no-s... at not-existing.invalid> wrote:
> Jonathan Gardner wrote:
> > On Oct 25, 12:56 pm, robert <no-s... at not-existing.invalid> wrote:
> >> On a server the binary (red hat) installed python2.4 and also a
> >> fresh compiled python2.5 spits "sem_post: Invalid argument".
> >> What is this and how can this solved?
> >> ...
> >> Python 2.4.3 (#1, Jun 6 2006, 21:10:41)
> >> [GCC 3.2.3 20030502 (Red Hat Linux 3.2.3-54)] on linux2
> >> ...
> >> server [~]# uname -a
> >> Linux server 22.214.171.124-p4-smp-bigmem-JWH #1 SMP Mon Mar 19 03:26:57
> >> JST 2007 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
> > Are you sure you have compatible binaries? Or did you install a random
> > RPM without checking for dependencies?
> Should be compatible - but I am not sure if the kernel was
> recompiled on this machine. And at least the fresh ./configure'ed
> and compiled py2.5, which yields the same problem, should be
> maximum compatible. Maybe because this machine is a "smp-bigmem" ..
At this point, I would start digging into the error messages
themselves. Maybe a shout out to the developers of whatever code is
generating that error message. When you understand under what
conditions that error message is thrown, perhaps it will yield some
insight into what python is doing differently than everything else.
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