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FreeBSD: 12.0-RELEASE r341666
Trying to use psutil.Popen() leads to the Python interpreter crashing on FreeBSD 12.
For example, trying to start the echo executable leads to the result below:
If I try to start wget, the interpreter doesn't crash right away sometimes. A stack trace is also sometimes printed (I had to try this on Python 3.6 to trigger it):
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Interesting. As for the first issue, what happens if you use subprocess.Popen("echo") instead?
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Sorry for the late reply...
It works as it should!
#1411 / BSD / Process() init: use Py_INCREF() around process name pyo…
…bj and avoid segfault
@TiberiuD I pushed 842a505 which I think it should fix the problem. Could you please give it a try?
I assume this is fixed. Closing.
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