10.3-RC3 kill -TERM weirdness after upgrade

John Marshall john.marshall at riverwillow.com.au
Sat Mar 19 04:07:09 UTC 2016

On Sat, 19 Mar 2016, 12:46 +1100, John Marshall wrote:
> rc scripts and service(8) hang when trying to stop some services.  If I
> break out of the script or service command (via ctrl-C) and invoke
> kill(1), passing the relevant PID, the shell prompt returns immediately
> but the process doesn't terminate.  Sending SIGKILL to the process via
> kill(1) does its job.

> Is anybody else seeing this, or have I been bitten by some other
> coincidence?

I've filed a PR (Bug 208132) just in case I'm not delirious.

After looking through the commit logs, I've backed out r296976 in the
working copy on the i386 system to see if that might be related. Build
won't be finished for several hours.

John Marshall
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