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Re: rcs configure hang


From: Kelly Wang (kellythw)
Subject: Re: rcs configure hang
Date: Fri, 6 Nov 2020 16:20:03 +0000
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Hi Paul,

With kill -14 91418, I don't see any output add to tr.
% ps -elf | grep strace
0 S kellythw    480      1  0  80   0 - 58957 -      Nov05 ?        00:00:00 
strace -o tr ./a.out
0 S kellythw   3760      1  0  80   0 - 58957 -      Nov05 ?        00:00:00 
strace -o tr ./a.out
0 S kellythw  15709      1  0  80   0 - 58957 -      Nov05 ?        00:00:00 
strace -o tr ./a.out
0 S kellythw  93336  91418  0  80   0 - 58957 -      08:14 pts/9    00:00:00 
strace -o tr ./a.out

% tail tr
chdir("confdir3")                       = 0
mkdir("confdir3", 0700)                 = 0
chdir("confdir3")                       = 0
mkdir("confdir3", 0700)                 = 0
chdir("confdir3")                       = 0
mkdir("confdir3", 0700)                 = 0
chdir("confdir3")                       = 0
mkdir("confdir3", 0700)                 = 0
chdir("confdir3")                       = 0
mkdir("confdir3", 0700

Is server issue? should I change to other rhel8 server and try the same?

Thanks,
Kelly
 
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´╗┐On 11/5/20, 2:52 PM, "Paul Eggert" <eggert@cs.ucla.edu> wrote:

    On 11/5/20 2:28 PM, Kelly Wang (kellythw) wrote:
    > When strace hang, I do 'ps -elf | grep strace' from other terminal and do 
kill -9 <process id from ps -elf>
    > kill -s INT $(ps -o pid= -C a.out) looks like not working from my server.

    Assuming you're using the Linux kernel signal numbers, you should be able 
to get 
    a process ID (say, 4729) and use this:

    kill -2 4729

    instead of the fancier 'kill' command I suggested. Also, try this in 
another 
    session:

    kill -14 4729

    which sends the ALRM signal instead of the INT signal. Either way, see what 
'tr' 
    says.


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