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Subjectstrange kill behavior
I noticed that multiple uses of kill -1 on the pid of nfsd kills the
process. This isn't supposed to be that way, right? Who should this be
sent to? This is with kernel 2.0.20 on intel.

Here is what happens.

[root@pokie /root]# /etc/rc.d/init.d/nfs stop
Shutting down NFS services: rpc.mountd rpc.nfsd
[root@pokie /root]# /etc/rc.d/init.d/nfs start
Starting NFS services: rpc.mountd rpc.nfsd
[root@pokie /root]# ps -ax | grep nfsd
26959 ? S 0:00 rpc.nfsd
26962 p0 S 0:00 grep nfsd
[root@pokie /root]# kill -1 26959
[root@pokie /root]# !ps
ps -ax | grep nfsd
26959 ? S 0:00 rpc.nfsd
26964 p0 S 0:00 grep nfsd
[root@pokie /root]# !k
kill -1 26959
[root@pokie /root]# !ps
ps -ax | grep nfsd
26968 p0 S 0:00 grep nfsd

Yes, it has indeed been killed. It is necessary to restart it.

Any ideas?

TIA,
-sen

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