[syslog-ng] exitcode=6 - explanation please
Sandor.Geller at morganstanley.com
Thu Jun 6 10:59:48 CEST 2013
It's in lib/gprocess.c
The supervisor process sends SIGABRT (most likely to dump core for further
analysis) and switches to SIGKILL later when the daemon is still there. I
don't see that the OSE could enter that code path so I assume you're using
PE so I'm sure the BalaBit guys will follow up with you quite soon.
On Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 10:31 PM, Evan Rempel <erempel at uvic.ca> wrote:
> From time to time it seems as though syslog-ng crashes, and our logs show
> supervise/syslog-ng: Daemon exited due to a
> deadlock/signal/failure, restarting; exitcode='6'
> and then the syslog-ng process is restarted.
> Does the exitcode=6 from the syslog-ng process indicate that a SIGABRT was
> received by syslog-ng?
> If not, then what does it mean?
> If it does, I am trying to figure out who would send SIGABRT to the
> process. This is an uncommon signal
> for the OS to send it (unlike SIGSEGV os SIGBUS) and no human sent it a
> Can anyone help me understand where the SIGABRT comes from?
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