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Author gregory.p.smith
Recipients Birne94, Connor.Wolf, Giovanni.Bajo, Winterflower, bobbyi, cagney, dan.oreilly, davin, emptysquare, forest_atq, gregory.p.smith, ionelmc, jcea, lesha, neologix, nirai, nirs, ochedru, pitrou, sbt, sdaoden, tshepang, vinay.sajip, vstinner
Date 2019-04-02.22:21:33
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We need a small test case that can reproduce your problem.  I believe to be correct.

acquiring locks before fork in the thread doing the forking and releasing them afterwards is always the safe thing to do.

Example possibility: Does your code use any C code that forks on its own without properly calling the C Python PyOS_BeforeFork(), PyOS_AfterFork_Parent(), and PyOS_AfterFork_Child() APIs?
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2019-04-02 22:21:33gregory.p.smithsetrecipients: + gregory.p.smith, vinay.sajip, jcea, nirs, pitrou, vstinner, nirai, forest_atq, ionelmc, bobbyi, neologix, Giovanni.Bajo, sdaoden, tshepang, sbt, lesha, emptysquare, dan.oreilly, davin, Connor.Wolf, Winterflower, cagney, Birne94, ochedru
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