Author gregory.p.smith
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Date 2012-12-11.07:36:29
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Given where the crash is occurring and that faulthandler traceback it makes me wonder if it was compiled with a set of openssl headers that don't make the library it is using at runtime.

If you recompile the interpreter in debug mode (--with-pydebug on your ./configure) does it still happen?

Can you run it under gdb and get the C stacktrace?  that'll tell more than faulthandler alone does.  [I'm glad to see you're using faulthandler though!]
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