Author andrewparks
Recipients andrewparks, zyasoft
Date 2016-10-27.13:25:19
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Hi Jim, I didn't mean to imply that 'kill -9' was the only way to terminate the Java process from the command line. I'm sure I could have used SIGTERM instead of SIGKILL.

The issue is that where there is a PythonInterpreter.exec() in progress in a Java thread, there is no way for any other Java thread to halt execution in that thread.

Therefore, as it currently stands, the only way to stop a PythonInterpreter.exec() call which refuses to return is to kill the entire Java process on the command line, killing not only the long running PythonInterpreter.exec() but all other Java threads too.
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