Author skrah
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There are lots of ideas still. :)

As I said, on a Linux other than RedHat or Debian or such I'd first try
to blame the shipped Python, then the libc (I had a glibc memmove issue
once with similar inexplicable results).

Alpine Linux apparently uses musl.  Is that well supported and tested?



Since you mention concurrency: Before the arrival of contextvars in 3.7
the decimal context is thread-safe, but not coroutine-safe.


If the issue is really in that particular loop I can't see how
that could be the cause, but perhaps the core dump is not accurate.
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