Re: pbbuttonsd gets SIGKILL when suspending
Gabriel Paubert <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 09, 2006 at 02:34:52PM +0000, Jörg Sommer wrote:
>> my pbbuttonsd dies sometimes while suspending the system to RAM. It gets
>> a SIGKILL, but I don't know from where and when. Is it possible to create
>> a coredump upon SIGKILL? How?
> What I have seen happening in some cases is that the script
> started by pbbuttonsd takes too much time and is killed after
> a timeout.
Yes, but I'm talking about pbbuttonsd. The daemon died. Does the kernel
send under some circumstances SIGKILL to a process? I have no explanation
for this. The only thing I know, I hit Shift+Power which triggers the
suspend in pbbuttonsd, but the system does not suspend and pbbuttonsd has
quit with exit code 137.
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