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From "Aaron Faby" <af...@tenon.com>
Subject Apache 2.0.36 + Mac OS X + zombie CGI processes
Date Tue, 14 May 2002 22:43:06 GMT
All,

It seems I've encountered a possible bug in Apache 2 2.0.36 on Mac OS X
(10.1.4).

When executing perl or shell CGI script with apache 2, apache leaves a
perl or sh zombie process. I noticed this when debugging a web 
application
I am writing and I maxed out the amount of processes that could be 
running.

Here's what shows up with a 'ps ax':

2913 con- Z      0:00.00  (perl)
3890 con- Z      0:00.00 (sh)

Restarting the server makes these zombies disappear.

There's also a slight delay when shutting down the server, and the 
following
appears in the error log:

[Tue May 14 15:25:57 2002] [warn] child process 22149 still did not 
exit, sending a SIGTERM
[Tue May 14 15:25:57 2002] [warn] child process 22150 still did not 
exit, sending a SIGTERM
[Tue May 14 15:25:57 2002] [warn] child process 22149 still did not 
exit, sending a SIGTERM
[Tue May 14 15:25:57 2002] [warn] child process 22150 still did not 
exit, sending a SIGTERM
[Tue May 14 15:25:58 2002] [warn] child process 22149 still did not 
exit, sending a SIGTERM
[Tue May 14 15:25:58 2002] [warn] child process 22150 still did not 
exit, sending a SIGTERM
[Tue May 14 15:26:01 2002] [crit] the listener thread didn't exit
[Tue May 14 15:26:01 2002] [crit] the listener thread didn't exit
[Tue May 14 15:26:02 2002] [notice] caught SIGTERM, shutting down

This did not appear in 2.0.35.

Any suggestions before I file a bug report?

Thanks!
Aaron Faby

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Aaron Faby					                             Software Developer
Tenon Intersystems			         	                                
afaby@tenon.com
1123 Chapala Street			                                       
805-963-6983
Santa Barbara, CA 93103                                             
http://www.tenon.com
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