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Re: Hello! (and zombie processes...)

FWIW I did upgrade my CS20 (dual 800MHz ev67) to this glibc.  It has
been running fine for weeks with it.  I restarted some important
services that I thought might fail under the new glibc like
mysql/clamav/sshd, but I have not rebooted.  ;)

Paul Slootman [paul@debian.org] wrote:
> On Wed 21 Feb 2007, Bob McElrath wrote:
> > What machine did you test this on?  I want to get rid of my clamav
> > zombies and corresponding cron job too... but don't want to have to
> > drive 3 hours to the colo in case it doesn't work... ;)
> I did it on an XLT366 (EV56, running, upgrading from
> 2.3.6.ds1-4 (I think).
> I did it on my home system from work, figuring I could suffer a couple
> of hours of downtime if it went wrong.
> You could install sash first and do it from there; sash is a stand alone
> shell that's statically linked and thus isn't confused if your libc
> should happen to go bad :-)
> Paul Slootman
Bob McElrath [Univ. of California at Davis, Department of Physics]

    "The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one
    persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress
    depends on the unreasonable man."
        -- George Bernard Shaw, Maxims for Revolutionists

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