grahamd at dscpl.com.au
Mon May 22 16:56:10 EDT 2006
Please keep followups on list. You don't need to actually touch servlet.py to get problems if you happen to be using "import" and "apache.import_module()" on the same module at different times. This is because of an issue in the mod_python importer. See: http://www.dscpl.com.au/articles/modpython-003.html#redundant- module-loading Sorry for quick reply, in a rush. I'll try and comment later on the whole issue of checking subclass types and caching. Graham On 22/05/2006, at 11:06 PM, Manera, Villiam wrote: > Yes, i knows that it could be happened if I touch servlet.py becouse > Daniel Popowiwich told me 1 year ago. > > Now I have changed servlet.py only for the debug pourpose, after > that I > have stopped apache and then restart. > Every nigth Apache is restart, so when the problem had occurred apache > was restarted and Servelt.py not modified. > > In the log: > 19/05/2006 11:21:07 > Stat_utente deriva da: docBase_mps_form > docBase_mps_form deriva da: docBase_mps > docBase_mps deriva da: HTMLPage > HTMLPage deriva da: Servlet > Servlet Non faccio Abortire > > Stat_utente is the .mps that programmes may modify without restart > apache, not > docBase_mps_form > docBase_mps > HTMLPage > Or Servlet > > > > On 22/05/2006, at 12:55 Graham Dumpleton wrote: > >> Possibly a similar problem to: > >> > http://www.modpython.org/pipermail/mod_python/2004-October/016596.html > > Graham > > On 22/05/2006, at 8:38 PM, Manera, Villiam wrote: > >> This problem happened rarely, but now it raises many times a day. I > .....