Author jeff.allen
Recipients Ivan, jeff.allen, zyasoft
Date 2017-07-30.08:19:38
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I've now seen this exception raised in the "parse" and "json" cases on my Linux system. They are rare for me. No program I have is guaranteed to raise one.

I tentatively observe:

1. They are more likely to occur early in execution (if they occur at all).
2. Often I get no actual concurrency (only 1 or 2 more threads than daemons in jvisualvm).
3. Attempting to catch the exception (almost) stops it happening :(

I prefer the parse example as it ought to be possible to preserve the crime scene.

I have a version of the program that (really) runs 100 threads, parsing 2000 foo/bar elements, and drops into pdb if it raises. I'm repeatedly launching it in a Bash while loop. No luck yet.
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