system scope threads entering STOP state
warlock at voip.kg
Mon Jul 25 06:16:31 GMT 2005
It looks like a failure in signal handling. The faster box has much more chances to avoid extreme conditions.
On Monday 25 July 2005 10:39, Ady_Li at trendmicro.com.cn wrote:
> Dear all,
> I have found this program too, I wrote a backgound server program which create out 14
> SYSTEM_SCOPE threads, and fork a child process out in main-thread every inteval-times
> and waitpid it with NOHUP, but run for sometimes, this program would be in STOP state,
> and unkillabled.
> By the way, This occasion was found often in machines with single CPU, Our QA didnot tell me
> this question when they run it with few clients. But when they launch about 500 client-processes to
> connect to my program in the same machine, my program will be stoped. But In a 2-cpu-machine,
> this occasion occurs fewly.
> I found Mr guy helmer has confronted this problem, could u tell me how did u solve it?
> Thank in advance for any helps.
> Best Regards,
> Ady Li
> [TEL](86)25- 83190788x656
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