On 07/29/2010 10:16 AM, Tasos Laskos wrote:
> Tasos Laskos wrote:
>> Robert Klemme wrote:
>>> On 07/29/2010 07:55 AM, Tasos Laskos wrote:
>>>> list.)
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>                       while( handle_interrupt(  ) )
>>>>
>>>> without an error.
>>> Try this at the top of your program:
>>>
>>> Thread.abort_on_exception = true
>>>
>>> Then you will probably see errors.

>> Thanks for the reply, however I didn't see any errors.
>>
>> This is going to be a bitch to debug...
>
> Huh...it seems that the problem was actually caused by the localhost
> webserver.
> My laptop had a crazy uptime and all its memory (virtual and ram) had
> been somewhat exhausted.
>
> After a reboot everything started to work fine.
>
> I can't believe all those hours of debugging went to waist.

If it can happen once chances are that it will happen again.  It's 
probably worth to dig a bit and try to find out what caused the memory 
issue in the first place.  Maybe you have a leaky application.  What OS btw?

Kind regards

	robert

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