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2005 Jun 02
2
Re: Reboots -- lsof and SIGHUP, a combination to know ...
...ossible, but how would you restart this one? > [nomis80 at poste10-153 ~]$ sudo lsof | grep libc | grep init > init 1 root mem REG 253,0 1521500 999437 /lib/tls/libc-2.3.5.so I need to verify the post-install script for the glibc RPM, but I believe it SIGHUPs the process -- and SIGHUP tells GLibC to reload itself for all new calls from any new process, while leaving the old code available for running processes. Building a tree of service calls and dependencies is the way to figure out what is using what -- even if indirectly. lsof does a fantastic jo...
2010 Jan 05
7
[Bug 1692] New: sshd sometimes dies when sent multiple SIGHUPs in quick succession
https://bugzilla.mindrot.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1692 Summary: sshd sometimes dies when sent multiple SIGHUPs in quick succession Product: Portable OpenSSH Version: 5.3p1 Platform: Other URL: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/openssh/+bug /497781 OS/Version: Linux...
2003 Sep 16
1
SIGHUP fails to restart (3.6.1p2 -> 3.7p1)
I have the sshd daemon located at /sbin/ssh_22 in this scenario (because I have more than one daemon with separate executable images). After upgrading from 3.6.1p2 to 3.7p1, with the /sbin/ssh_22 copy replaced by mv (not by writing over the existing image), I do SIGHUP and get this message logged: Sep 16 15:07:36 vega sshd_22[22552]: Received SIGHUP; restarting. Sep 16 15:07:36 vega sshd_22[22552]: RESTART FAILED: av[0]='/sbin/sshd_22', error: Bad address. Relevant source code looks like: ========================================================...
2014 Jul 29
2
[LLVMdev] Sanitizer test failure
On 29 July 2014 15:02, Evgeniy Stepanov <eugeni.stepanov at gmail.com> wrote: > You mean replacing SIGUSR1 with SIGHUP in the test case? Weird, I > don't see how they are different. So, AFAIK, they should be identical. But I put some printfs and sleeps around and it wasn't a synchronization issue. My man page says that SIGUSR1 should terminate if there isn't a handler for it (different than SIGINFO)...
2010 Apr 21
2
prototype of simple NX client with auto-resuming ssh session
...ServerAliveInterval). However, if I do this from _within_ the nxclient program it _detects_ my disconnect even though the thread is still running (I believe). Any ideas? Thank you Misha p.s. Also right now I have functionality to spawn the server directly from the client, but somehow the signal(SIGHUP,SIG_HUP) command causes _both_ the server and client to ignore SIGHUP, even though it is called _only_ in the client. Any ideas? Thank you! --- Thank you so much for your help. I have put my current prototype on the Web at: people.hnl.bcm.edu/misha/tmp/nx.zip Includes source code, a...
2014 Jul 29
2
[LLVMdev] Sanitizer test failure
I can. I've removed every other compilation flags from clang and even used GCC, with the exact same behaviour. cheers, --renato On 29 July 2014 15:15, Evgeniy Stepanov <eugeni.stepanov at gmail.com> wrote: > OK, we can switch to SIGHUP. Could you please verify that this SIGUSR1 > behavior is not caused by MSan? > > On Tue, Jul 29, 2014 at 6:09 PM, Renato Golin <renato.golin at linaro.org> wrote: >> On 29 July 2014 15:02, Evgeniy Stepanov <eugeni.stepanov at gmail.com> wrote: >>> You mean replac...
2008 Feb 04
3
[PATH] ioemu: use SIGHUP instead of SIGKILL
The stub domain device model needs to trap the termination signal so as to actually destroy the stub domain. SIGKILL can''t be trapped, SIGTERM is caught by SDL and so may be unnoticed. SIGHUP can be trapped and is not caught by SDL (and by default causes a process termination without core). Signed-off-by: Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault@eu.citrix.com> diff -r 2407a61c0d30 tools/python/xen/xend/image.py --- a/tools/python/xen/xend/image.py Mon...
2000 Feb 23
2
Reloading services after SIGHUP
running 2.05a on red hat 6.1 I get a lot of these in my logs: smbd/process.c:timeout_processing(868) Reloading services after SIGHUP. Can anyone shed any light on this?
2001 Mar 16
2
SIGHUP/av[0] restart failure
Hello, OpenSSH 2.5.1p1 running under AIX 4.3.3ML06. When I send a HUP signal to the parent sshd, that parent process dies, it's children get "adopted" by init, and the following message is put in the error log ... Mar 13 12:01:48 whippet sshd[31644]: Received SIGHUP; restarting. Mar 13 12:01:48 whippet sshd[31644]: RESTART FAILED: av[0]='sshd', error: No such file or directory. The sshd program is not named anything unusual, and is located in /usr/local/sbin. I searched this list (and other places), and found some info related to the...
2002 Oct 11
2
Why openssh newer than 2.9.9 doesn't send SIGTERM and SIGHUP to child process?
Hi, I search in archive list if there any reason why is removed in openssh newer than 2.9.9 from function 'void session_close_by_channel(int id, void *arg)' sending of SIGTEMR and SIGHUP signals to child as was in 2.9.9 version? See follow sniped code from 2.9.9 sources: ---- openssh-2.9.9/session.c ---------------------------------------- void session_close_by_channel(int id, void *arg) ... debug("session_close_by_channel: channel %d kill %d", id, s->pi...
2005 Jul 12
2
test76-77 dies at SIGHUP
Hello people This is on OpenBSD/sparc64. After chickening along with 0.99 for a while, I finally upgraded to 1.0-test. I started out with test73, which worked fine. With the upgrade to test76, I lost the ability to SIGHUP dovecot when I rotated it's logfile. Dovecot would just die abruptly, not a trace in the log. I just upgraded to test77, but the problem is still there. I've put up my logfile and the last bit of a ktrace here: http://legonet.org/~griffin/tmp/dovecot/ The ktrace...
2006 Jun 01
1
Random crashes after sighup
Hello, I noticed some random crashes after sending SIGHUP to the daemon (especially when some connections are continually failling). Playing around with gdb, it seems that after SIGHUP, all the "outgoing" information of the connections is being cleared, but later on it is being used in other places while still equal to NULL. The attached patch...
2015 Oct 18
1
Bug? Tinc does not reread it's host file into config_tree on SIGHUP
...ng the new network with automatic updates and noticed a very weird thing: when master tincd was reloaded (which sends updates), it stopped sending updates. Debugging session revealed that lookup_config(config_tree, NAME) returned NULL when NAME was any configuration item from our host file _after_ SIGHUP. Before it, it returned valid value. I see config_tree is appended with variables from node's own host file only once, in setup_myself(). After config reload, config_tree is deleted and created again, but no reading of host file variables occur since then. It not only failed with my own newly...
2006 Sep 22
1
Dovecot 1.0.rc7 ioloop-poll.c assertion failed after SIGHUP
...r database (in a passwd-file) this morning we got:- > dovecot: Sep 22 07:45:05 Info: IMAP 14482 someuser xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx : Disconnected in IDLE > dovecot: Sep 22 07:45:05 Warning: imap-login: SSL_read() syscall failed: No route to host [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] > dovecot: Sep 22 07:45:05 Warning: SIGHUP received - reloading configuration > dovecot: Sep 22 07:45:05 Error: Login process died too early - shutting down > dovecot: Sep 22 07:45:05 Panic: file ioloop-poll.c: line 105 (io_loop_handle_remove): assertion failed: (index >= 0 && (unsigned int) index < ctx->fds_count) a...
2018 Dec 13
5
dovecot/config processes one more time - which are safe to kill?
Hello. The problem with dovecot/config processes never ending and spawning new one on each reload (https://www.dovecot.org/list/dovecot/2016-November/106058.html) is becoming a problem here: # ps aux|grep dovecot/config|wc -l 206 That's a lot of wasted memory - dovecot/config processes ate over 30GB of ram on 64GB box. Before killing dovecot/config
2017 Oct 13
2
sidekiq receives SIGHUP when started via ssh -t
...user at example.com '. ~/.bash_profile && rvm 2.3.1 at gemset1 && cd path/to/site && bundle exec sidekiq -C config/sidekiq.yml -d -L log/sidekiq.log' it daemonizes itself and stays running. When I add -t switch (ssh -t ...), it gets terminated by SIGHUP. On Ubuntu it stays running in both cases. What's happening here? Any suggestions are welcome. Regards, Yuri
2003 Apr 02
0
[Bug 529] sshd doesn't work correctly after SIGHUP
http://bugzilla.mindrot.org/show_bug.cgi?id=529 Summary: sshd doesn't work correctly after SIGHUP Product: Portable OpenSSH Version: 3.6p1 Platform: All OS/Version: Linux Status: NEW Severity: normal Priority: P2 Component: sshd AssignedTo: openssh-unix-dev at mindrot.org ReportedBy: postadal at...
2007 Mar 30
0
logrotate with only one SIGHUP for two log paths
...ion, compress & co)... sharedscript postrotate /bin/kill -HUP `cat /var/run/httpd.pid 2>/dev/null` 2> /dev/null || true } Problem : if both /data/log/web/* and /var/log/httpd/* is going to be rotated, TWO SIGHUP will be issued : i don't like this (I have bad experience with...) So here is my question : is it possible to do a similar configuration with only ONE SIGHUP if a rotation happen on one log ? Thank you ! -- Martin
2008 Jun 29
3
sshd_config question
Hi.? I have configured sshd in OpenBSD to require publickey authentication. I''ve tried configuring FreeBSD to do the same, but I can still login via keyboard authentication. Here are the options I have in my sshd_config: PasswordAuthentication no ChallengeResponseAuthentication no UsePAM no After setting those options I kill -HUP the sshd? process. Is there something simple I am
2009 Feb 25
2
miss handling of the SIGHUP signal for sshd when sshd is started with a relative path sshd_config file
Hi I am just porting ssh-5.2 to my HPUX system. but while I'm doing it, I accidently found a different handling of the sshd for the SIGHUP signal when it is started with a "./sshd_config" and "/sshd_config". The problem is as following: root at sshpa6# uname -a HP-UX sshpa6 B.11.31 U 9000/800 2404418693 unlimited-user license root at sshpa6# /opt/ssh/sbin/sshd -f ./sshd_conf...