Re: killing a process
After trying to kill the process..., let me make that two mirror
processes, I decided it was time for a healthy reboot. Well.... all hell
broke loose. With the reboot it left the filesystem if a not so nice
state. My mache did not come back up so I had to drive 60 miles to hook up
a monitor and see that the file system checker needed to be run manually.
Not very fun. Before this incedent I was running RedHat 4.1 on the system.
After running Debian at home for a few months I realized how much easier
it was to maintain and decided to convert my whole system over to Debian
just to make life a little easier.
The kernel was 2.0.29 and I had used alien to install mirror_2.8-9.deb
What is the Debian way of setting up anonymous ftp? Do I just create an
ftp user with /home/ftp as default? Will this carry through after
On 22 Aug 1997, Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> >>"Ricardo" == Ricardo Muggli <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Ricardo> This may be off the debian-specific topic but.. I have a
> Ricardo> mirror process that has been going for a long time. I would
> Ricardo> like to kill it but it seems to be really stubborn. I have
> Ricardo> tried : kill -9 pidhere but nothing happens to the
> Ricardo> process. Does anyone have a suggestion on how to kill the
> Ricardo> process?
> This is very wrong. No matter what happens, a kill -9 should
> kill the process. Are there any other signs of a kernel malfunction?
> (You may want to reboot). If it happens again, could you supply the
> versions of the kernel and of mirror?
> "So why don't you make like a tree... and get outta here." Biff in
> "Back to the Future"
> Manoj Srivastava <url:mailto:email@example.com>
> Mobile, Alabama USA <url:http://www.datasync.com/%7Esrivasta/>
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