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Jeremy Hylton

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Tracing the Python Stack in GDB Posted: Oct 3, 2003 12:02 PM
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When Python is hung or otherwise unresponsive, one option is to attach to the process with gdb and inspect if the C stack to find out what the interpreter is doing. It is straightforward if you are familiar with the Python internals; this note is intended to describe the basics for people who aren't.

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