Terminal Services session hung: csrss.exe doesn't exit if Cygwin was run in the session
Sun Oct 5 04:53:00 GMT 2008
Is there anything else I can (or should have) provide(d) to help
As I have in the past used Cygwin for many an automated task on Windows
Terminal Server boxes, I'd hate to have to abandon the tools going forward.
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Sent: Friday, September 26, 2008 5:52 PM
Subject: Terminal Services session hung: csrss.exe doesn't exit if Cygwin
was run in the session
I've encountered an issue running on Windows Server 2003,
both 32-bit and 64-bit. I can log in and out of Terminal
Services sessions all day long if I don't start Cygwin,
but if I start Cygwin and run, for example, the attached
script (MakeShare.sh), then csrss.exe will hang when I log
out, locking up the TS connection.
I dug through the mailing list archives, but all I can
find there with references to csrss.exe involve it and
bash.exe pegging the CPU at 100%, which doesn't match up
with my symptoms. bash.exe is no longer running, and in
fact was closed before I logged out of the session.
The 32-bit machine is actually a Citrix server, running
Cygwin/X through an SSH tunnel to a CentOS5 box. That's a
much more complicated than the 64-bit machine which is
exhibiting the same hang symptoms with what I *think* is a
fairly straightforward script.
Attached are the script and the results of the 64-bit
machine's cygcheck. I can replicate this problem pretty
much at whim.
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