Keyboard Interrupt in Python Using ThreadPool
If you are one of the brave ones, using Python2's highly undocumented, but extremely comfy multithreading.pool.ThreadPool you might experience some problems terminating a script like this via KeyboardInterrupt.
To make it short:
KeyboardInterrupt excepts won't work.
SIGINT-signal-handling won't work.
What will work however, even if this can be considered lazy and dirty is pausing the process with CTRL-Z, which will pause the script and print the job ID as "+ ...." in the brackets at the start of the output.
You can now terminate this job manually and check it's status afterwards:
kill %1 && fg