thread dump

Discussion in 'Python' started by jsuch, Feb 9, 2006.

  1. jsuch

    jsuch Guest

    I'm using Fedora core 3 and python 2.4.2, is there any way to obtain
    the linux pid of a python thread? I need it because I want to know CPU
    usage per thread.


    Thanks
    jsuch, Feb 9, 2006
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  2. jsuch

    Peter Hansen Guest

    jsuch wrote:
    > I'm using Fedora core 3 and python 2.4.2, is there any way to obtain
    > the linux pid of a python thread? I need it because I want to know CPU
    > usage per thread.


    Not sure if you were the same person that posted this request not six
    minutes earlier under a thread titled "Thread Dump of a python process"
    (a much better subject that this one, by the way)...

    In any case, see my reply in that thread.

    -Peter
    Peter Hansen, Feb 9, 2006
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