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Author pitrou
Recipients Albert.Strasheim, aljungberg, asksol, bquinlan, gdb, gkcn, hongqn, jnoller, pitrou, vlasovskikh, vstinner
Date 2011-05-03.11:15:35
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> Under what circumstances do we expect a ProcessPoolExecutor child
> process to be killed outside of the control of the
> ProcessPoolExecutor?

Killed by the user, or by an automatic device (such as the Linux OOM
killer), or crashed.

> If the user kills a child then maybe all we want to do is raise an
> exception rather than deadlock as a convenience.

That's what the patch does, roughly.
Date User Action Args
2011-05-03 11:15:36pitrousetrecipients: + pitrou, bquinlan, vstinner, jnoller, hongqn, asksol, vlasovskikh, gdb, Albert.Strasheim, aljungberg, gkcn
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