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“The experiment process was killed” constantly

Hey guys,

I am running an experiment using version 3.2.5 and confronted a problem, that is, the experiment process was always killed suddenly during the experiment. I'm not sure what the problem may be. Anyone have an idea? Would really appreciate that!

Best regards,

Python 2.7.13

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[2018-10-25 09:43:57,535:process:152:INFO] Starting experiment as ExperimentProcess-2
Expyriment 0.9.1b2-11-gc100ee8 (Python 2.7.13)
[2018-10-25 09:43:59,996:legacy:185:INFO] sampling freq = 48000, buffer size = 1024
[2018-10-25 09:44:00,464:experiment:450:INFO] experiment started
[2018-10-25 09:44:00,466:experiment:454:INFO] disabling garbage collection
[2018-10-25 09:44:07,280:xpyriment:79:WARNING] took 19.0 ms
[2018-10-25 09:44:13,776:xpyriment:79:WARNING] took 26.0 ms
[2018-10-25 09:44:29,025:xpyriment:79:WARNING] took 22.0 ms
[2018-10-25 09:44:39,253:xpyriment:79:WARNING] took 17.0 ms
[2018-10-25 09:44:43,095:xpyriment:79:WARNING] took 48.0 ms

The experiment process was killed.

time: Thu Oct 25 09:44:50 2018


  • Hi Neo,

    This happens if you click on the red 'Stop' button (new in 3.2) while the experiment is running. I don't see how you could get this specific message in any other way, because if the experiment crashes you should get a different error message. Are you accidentally clicking on the red 'Stop' button?


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