Python server locks up
zac256 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 10 02:08:06 CEST 2009
> If it has been running continuously all that time then it might be that
> the dictionary has grown too big (is that possible?) or that it's a
> memory fragmentation problem. In the latter case it might be an idea to
> restart Python every so often; perhaps it could do that automatically
> during a "quiet time", eg at midnight every Sunday.
I did some testing with the dictionary size and ruled that out. Memory
fragmentation is an interesting idea. Is there a way to check python's
fragmentation or run a defragment periodically?
My first thought there would be that a defragment would invalidate ids... err...
Aim - Zac256FL
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