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Author pablogsal
Recipients Mark.Shannon, chris.jerdonek, corona10, iritkatriel, lukasz.langa, miss-islington, pablogsal, vstinner
Date 2021-08-13.20:48:28
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If someone can reproduce more or less reliably, it would be great to know where are the leaked objects. For that, compile CPython with "-with-trace-refs", surround the suspicious test in a loop (test_no_hang_on_context_chain_cycle2 for example) of a 1000 or more iterations and run the test with the PYTHONDUMPREFS=1 environment variable. You will see the leaked objects at shutdown hopefully.

Hopefully the leaked objects would be a gigantic set by then so we the number of references will be noticeable.
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