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Id: 12752
Status: rejected
Priority: 0/
Queue: FCGI

Owner: Nobody in particular
Requestors: albert.leidinger [...]

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Severity: Critical
Broken in: 0.67
Fixed in: (no value)

Subject: perl processes not terminated when stopping apache
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Hi! The scripts run as FastCGI thats not the problem. The problem is: They are not terminated when stopping or reloading Apache! Everytime I restart Apache (when running as dynamic I have to do a request of course) another process is started. But it also runs when Apache is stopped. So I get at least 5 unstopped processes when starting/stopping Apache 5-times! I tried with SuSE 9.1 (mod_fastcgi 2.4.0) and 9.2 (mod_fastcgi 2.4.2). First with the Apache2 and mod_fastcgi packages from SuSE CDs and later also compiled mod_fastcgi myself. The same behavior in all varations. The example perl.script on works fine, the counter grows as doing some requests. Running "ps ax | grep fcgi" delivers two processes: - fcgi-pm - /usr/bin/perl /srv/.../test.fcgi I stop apache with "/etc/rc.d/apache2 stop" everything is beeing terminated. Running "ps ax | grep fcgi" delivers: - /usr/bin/perl/ /srv/.../test.fcgi So the process-manager is stopped by Apache, but the perl script isn´t stopped by the process manager! Dont know if this is a bug in or in mod_fastcgi or no bug at all. Hope you can tell and help. thank you Albert
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Hi! I just found the solution *jipeee* The same old problem: you just have to type those magical words into google search. But I´m no good magician :)) The solution is here: January/003196.html THERE IS JUST ONE MORE THING: Please, can you just put this information into the README of your package! Perl 5.8.+ is very common today and a little hint could help many people not to waste a week, like I did. Please, please, please, please, ... I will nag until this is done. And again: Thanks to your good work! FastCGI is great! bye Albert
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