[mod_python] PyThreadState_Delete: tstate is still current

Graham Dumpleton grahamd at dscpl.com.au
Mon Oct 10 22:34:34 EDT 2005

Is there any chance you can install mod_python 3.3.2b from source
code. This would save us from chasing a problem that may already
be fixed in newer version.

The source code can be found by following links on mod_python
web site at "www.modpython.org".

Will wait until you can try this before offering suggestions.


Peter Sanchez wrote ..
> Hey all...
> I have an issue. I am developing some software for a website using
> mod_python.publisher. I just upgraded from apache 1.3.33/mod_python
> 2.7.11 to apache2.0.54/mod_python3.1.4. They were installed via Ports,
> and the OS is FreeBSD 4.11-STABLE.
> The version of python installed is 2.4.1, no-threads. This was also
> installed via ports.
> Now, prior to the upgrade, the software I am working on, was
> functioning correctly, now it is not. The entire data (html) is not
> making it to the user (browser.) The page that is loading does load
> most of the way, I can see images, text, etc. The entire page just
> doesn't load, and my browser (Safari) reports a bad server response
> (due to the mod_python script crashing, see below)
> The logs show this:
> Fatal Python error: PyThreadState_Delete: tstate is still current
> [Mon Oct 10 18:49:48 2005] [notice] child pid 2161 exit signal Abort trap
> (6)
> This is the same error for EVERY time I load any page (function) in my
> python script. Like I said before, the code was working prior to the
> upgrade. The reason for the upgrade is Session support, which appears
> to only be in 3.x tree of mod_python.
> This is the apache config I am using (in relation to mod_python):
> <Directory /home/user/public_html/modpy>
>         Options -MultiViews
>         AddHandler python-program .py
>         SetHandler python-program
>         PythonHandler mod_python.publisher
>         PythonDebug On
>         Order allow,deny
>         Allow from all
>     </Directory>
> I have tried searching google and haven't found the solution. Can
> anyone help me out here? Again, the script does give some data but
> dies/crashes before it is complete.
> Thanks in advance for any and all help!
> Peter
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