[mod_python] mod_python in a shared environment

FC tme-h81 at myamail.com
Thu Aug 26 18:28:48 EDT 2004

On Aug 26, 2004, at 3:29 PM, Fabio Rotondo wrote:

>> environments, and seeing that mod_python is not stable in such an
>> environment may result in the conclusion that it is not stable at all.
> mod_python is stable. It is rock solid.
> Python is a great language and mod_python just exposes Python power to 
> web developers.
> If you may think mod_python is weak or does not deserve respect or 
> your time just switch back to PHP and be prepared to rewrite your code 
> everytime they change PHP APIs (which has happened from PHP3 to PHP4 
> and is happening again from PHP4 to PHP5).

For myself, I am read to give a try to mod_python. I thing python is a 
better language than PHP. But I have some problems and I have posted a 
question 3/4 days ago wich I did not get any feedback from the list.

Since I'm not giving up so easily, I ask again.

In my httpd-error.log I have these lines on every request. Something 
seems to be dying badly and I don't know why.

[Thu Aug 26 17:25:40 2004] [notice] mod_python: (Re)importing module 
Fatal Python error: PyThreadState_Delete: tstate is still current
[Thu Aug 26 17:25:40 2004] [notice] child pid 91596 exit signal Abort 
trap (6)


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