10.3-RC3 kill -TERM weirdness after upgrade
john.marshall at riverwillow.com.au
Wed Mar 23 01:44:52 UTC 2016
On Sat, 19 Mar 2016, 15:06 +1100, John Marshall wrote:
> 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.
Just to tie off this thread...
Problem disappeared after I backed out r296976. Discussion followed in
Bug 208132 and that changeset (r296976) has now been backed out of
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