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Re: Losing track of processes?
- From: "Shaffer, Kenneth" <shaffek at sciatl dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2005 15:56:39 -0400
- Subject: Re: Losing track of processes?
- Reply-to: kenneth dot shaffer at sciatl dot com
"Christopher Faylor" wrote:
>>> > If you're not using the -17 (test) version of bash, try that.
>>> Wow! Much better! My scripts are still churning after 4 hours.
>>> When will this be part of an offical cygwin drop?
>>Well, it's already "official"
> FWIW, I've removed -17 from test status.
But, had the problem show up again only this time the ps command doesn't
show a bash pid and yet taskmanager thinks it's running.
In other words, taskmanager has a bash running which doesn't show up in
the ps -ef listing.
So, the log processing script ran for about 30 hours before stall. At
least that's better than two.
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