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Re: Killing slapd on FreeBSD 4.1
I'm talking OpenLDAP 1.2.11.
I have tried -TERM, -HUP, -INT but none work.
When you run ps you will se the process, but if you trie to do a
ldapsearch or some other ldap command, it fails an the process dies.
Randy Kunkee wrote:
> > kill -INT pid do not work on FreeBSD 4.1
> > kill -QUIT pid do work, is it safe to use it?
> > kill -INT pid; ldapsearch objectlass="*", do work bu it is ugly:)
> > Regards
> > /Urban
> > "Kurt D. Zeilenga" wrote:
> > >
> > > Use
> > > kill -INT pid
> > >
> > > on all platforms.
> Kurt can correct me if I'm wrong, but it's pretty standard (and supported)
> to accept a SIGTERM to shut down slapd, and that is the default signal sent
> by kill.
> Kill -QUIT is probably safe if you don't use "dbcachenowsync". If a regular
> kill (or kill -INT) does not shut down your slapd, what does happen? Do
> you get anything in your syslog, for example, such as "waiting for 2 threads"?
> Are you talking about OpenLDAP 2.0-beta or OpenLDAP 1.2.x?
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