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MongoDB, Pymongo and mod_wsgi

Very interesting discussion about the possible limitations [1] of using Pymongo with mod_wsgi [2]:

The problem, as someone else rightly described is because the C extension module is not tying global data created at the C level to specific interpreters. Thus it is sharing Python objects between sub interpreters, which is generally a very bad idea.

via: http://groups.google.com/group/mongodb-user/browse_thread/thread/6f08c11ecf789837?pli=1