Python unittest setUpClass cannot call method from base class

I am using the unittest framework from Python, and run into issues when setting up a class for a test case. I would like to call a method from the base class in the setUpClass() method as follows: class TestA(unittest.TestCase): def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): super(TestA, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) self.variable = “hello” def do_something(self): print(self.variable) return self.variable…

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Unable to propagate custom exception from exceptionally in CompletableFuture

public void executeAsync(Task task){ CompletableFuture.runAsync( () -> { task.execute(CompletableFuture.completedFuture(null), executor) .exceptionally( ex -> { log.error(ex.getMessage(), ex); log.debug( “exception from executor” + ex.getStackTrace()); throw new RunTimeException( ex); }) .join(); }, executor); } public static Task execute(Task… tasks) { return (future, executor) -> tasks.length == 0 ? future : CompletableFuture.allOf( Arrays.stream(tasks) .map(t -> t.execute(future, executor)) .toArray(CompletableFuture[]::new)); }…

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Does bitcoind ERROR “Disk space is too low!” refer to RAM or actual harddrive?

After having finished the “Initial Block Download” I needed to reindex: [BTC_Core_Expmnt]# bitcoind -reindex -datadir=/mnt/BTC_Core_Expmnt The debug.log showed everything starting up ok; and the process beginning: [2020-01-20T07:43:41Z Loaded 119369 blocks from external file in 6005ms\ 2020-01-20T07:43:41Z Reindexing block file blk00001.dat…] Then a while later this: [2020-01-20T09:05:59Z Reindexing finished] But bitcoind continued grinding on… Well then…

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