[reportlab-users] IOError: Too many open files
marius at gedmin.as
Thu Nov 21 02:27:19 EST 2013
On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 05:01:48PM -0600, Mike Driscoll wrote:
> I have a script where I call my report_maker.py script that uses Reportlab,
> In said script, I open several JPGs, which are logos that go on the report.
> This report script is called for each payment in a payment file. We
> recently ran into an issue where we have over 650 payments and when we hit
> payment 507 or 508, we get the following traceback:
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "Phaze03_local.py", line 512, in main
> File "/home/somebody/report_maker.py", line 836, in CLVCP_clear
> File "/home/somebody/report_maker.py", line 598, in createDocument
> "/usr/lib64/python2.6/site-packages/reportlab/platypus/flowables.py", line
> 329, in __init__
> File "/usr/lib64/python2.6/site-packages/reportlab/lib/utils.py", line
> 452, in open_for_read
> The section of code in question appears to be:
> img = utils.ImageReader(img_path)
> However, I tried doing an "img.fp.close()" that appears to help, but then I
> also use Image from platypus that also has this issue.
> I tried changing tactics by reading the file into StringIO and passing
> Image that, but that just moves the issue to where I read the file. For
> those curious, I do this:
> with open(self.logo_path, "rb") as logo_fh:
> self.logo_path = StringIO( logo_fh.read() )
> Anyway, now I get the same basic error, but at this line instead.
This is the line that hits the limit, but not necessarily the line that
leaks open file descriptors.
Can you wrap the code in a try/except: import pdb; pdb.post_mortem() and
then check what files are open by running 'lsof -p $pid' or
'ls -l /proc/$pid/fd' in a shell?
> I am running on CentOS with Python 2.6. Thanks!
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