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Re: rss2email - keeps cron instances open on timeout
I am still wrenching on this.
These timeout errors occur to rarely to provoke it by running rss2email.
I have restarted the server and wait for the 'timeout' what is caused by
this rss2email. Then I try to trace it back by the timestamp of the cron
They are not Python processes, these what I found relate to mailman (top
shows the user 'mailman'). Python is not the culprit.
There are these 'cron' as well as 'sh' processes open after the timeout.
I think so and will wait and count these processes. I do not understand
it fully myself, Niels.
One question though. This is /var/log/cron:
Apr 11 18:15:00 manul cron: (herbs) CMD START (/usr/pkg/bin/r2e run)
The number in the square bracket is the PID of the cron instance,
yes? Or the /bin/sh it opens? Just to be sure.
I let you know after some further observation.
On Thu, Apr 11, 2013 at 02:04:37PM +0200, Niels Dettenbach wrote:
> Am Donnerstag, 11. April 2013, 13:20:58 schrieben Sie:
> > Is there some easy way to make cron and sh show the pid it just has
> > opened? So that I can invoke rss2email and know for sure on what
> > occasion it keeps the process? With top I just get a list of some more
> > 'crons' opened ...
> not shure if i understand you fully here (do you mean the PID of the
> procs?) - you might write a short wrapper shell script in between which
> rss2email and writes out the PIDs i.e. into a file.
> rss2email &
> echo $R2E_PID >> /some/file/with/rss2email.pids
> Why not trying to get the rss2email error from the shell directly (i know
> it may take some time / many starts to un into that error in practice...)?
> Then you can see what / where it is hanging there...
> hth a little
> best regards,
> Niels Dettenbach
> Syndicat IT & Internet
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