[ic] RPC Mode Restart - Orphaned / Dangling Interchange Child
ea3bkz at amsat.org
Thu Dec 22 13:12:44 EST 2005
On Thu, 22 Dec 2005 11:59:41 -0600
"Cameron B. Prince" <cplists at princeservices.com> wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I've recently started hosting a few IC catalogs. I switched to rpc mode to
> fix the perl signals issue, but I've now noticed the side-effect of the
> interchange processes remaining after either a restart or a stop and start.
> There are numerous mentions of this on the list, but I didn't see a patch,
> fix or work-around. I'm running the following:
> Dual Intel CPU's
> Fedora Core 4
> Perl v5.8.7 (Local from source)
> Interchange v5.2.1
> IC Settings:
> Variable TRAFFIC rpc
> ifdef TRAFFIC =~ /rpc/i
> Message RPC traffic settings.
> PreFork Yes
> StartServers 5
> MaxServers 0
> MaxRequestsPerChild 100
> HouseKeeping 2
> PIDcheck 120
> Any ideas on handling this?
> These catalogs are for the most part, low traffic. I'm wondering if I'd be
> better off going back to Perl v5.6.1 which apparently didn't have the
> signals problem and switch back to low traffic mode.
> Thoughts, ideas or suggestions appreciated.
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