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Author zzzeek
Recipients JohanAR, itamarst, rhettinger, sbt, tim.peters, zzzeek
Date 2016-09-08.21:59:52
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SQLAlchemy suffered from this issue long ago as we use a Queue for connections, which can be collected via weakref callback and sent back to put(), which we observed can occur via gc.    For many years (like since 2007 or so) we've packaged a complete copy of Queue.Queue with an RLock inside of it to work around it.

I'm just noticing this issue because I'm writing a new connection pool implementation that tries to deal with this issue a little differently (not using Queue.Queue though).
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