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Subject2.0.18 problems
I've been getting a bunch of these for the past 24 hours on our big
mail/shell server:

Warning: dev (03:b1) tty->count(3) != #fd's(2) in release_dev
Warning: dev (03:b1) tty->count(2) != #fd's(1) in do_tty_hangup
Warning: dev (03:b1) tty->count(3) != #fd's(2) in tty_open
Warning: dev (03:b1) tty->count(4) != #fd's(3) in tty_open
Warning: dev (03:b1) tty->count(4) != #fd's(3) in release_dev

Also, I've been having trouble with Apache 1.0.5 and 1.1.1 ceasing to
handle connections and refusing to die from a kill -9.

Uptime is only 9 days and I may have to reboot if I can't convince one
stubborn httpd to die. I attempted to hack the following into http_main.c
such that httpd child processes would be limited to 6 minutes of cpu
time
getrlimit(RLIMIT_CPU, &limits);
limits.rlim_cur = 360000;
setrlimit(RLIMIT_CPU, &limits);

yet I have the following:
USER PID %CPU %MEM SIZE RSS TTY STAT START TIME COMMAND
nobody 3261 74.3 0.4 1152 464 ? R 23:33 13:25 ./httpd-1.1.1-limit

Is there anything more powerful than kill -9 to kill things like this?

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