brian.pribis at gmail.com
Sat Nov 17 09:48:14 EST 2007
> "Looking in the file"? I don't know what you can do about it if you
> do look, as you can't know whether that PID is running.
In Perl I could do a
open(PS_F, "ps -o pid,user,comm -u interch_user|");
loop over PS_F and
($pid, $user, $comm) = split;
At least, that works on linux, I still have to see if it works on Sun.
> Of course if you glue stuff together with shell commands, you can,
> but if you were going to do that then you just write a shell script
> to perform the startup / shutdown.
Bingo! Which sucks in a way as I would much rather find out why this
is happening (although finding work arounds is enjoyable too). Since IC
works great on Ubuntu and FreeBSD, I am going to assume that this is
just a goofy Sun thing.
Live and learn.
Thanks for all the feed back everyone.
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