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SubjectAdaptec problem ? (was Re: strange kill behavior)


On Wed, 25 Sep 1996, Sheldon E. Newhouse wrote:

> 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?
>
The above system has an Adaptec 2940.

I tried this on another system with only ide drives and this did
not occur. I brought up 2.0.21 on both systems, and the same
behavior occurs.

-sen


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