When running two instances of cumin on the same process, execute() fails with:
You would say, "why running 2 instances of cumin? Cumin will handle the concurrency for you!", but that is not that simple, I have ongoing tasks that at some point they run a single cumin job to a single host, I cannot sync when that will happen (that is why I have a pool of workers so they get processed as they need).
Maybe it is how I use cumin, although it is still an exception in an AttributeError, and it works when I run in parallelism = 1, and it is due to my use or misuse, but I would say it is trying to manually import a module twice, maybe?
Should I Exec cumin command line to make it work?