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Author neologix
Recipients Bernt.Røskar.Brenna, astrand, gps, neologix, r.david.murray, sbt, tim.golden
Date 2013-11-14.19:43:41
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> Bernt Røskar Brenna added the comment:
> @neologix: How can it not have anything to do with threads?
> - It always works with max_workers == 1
> - When max_workers == 2, shutil.rmtree sometimes fails

It has nothing to do with threads.
You could reproduce it by opening your files, spawning two child
processes, wait until the first one returns, and then try to remove
the files used by the first subprocess.
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2013-11-14 19:43:41neologixsetrecipients: + neologix, astrand, gps, tim.golden, r.david.murray, Bernt.Røskar.Brenna, sbt
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