[Opendnssec-user] Spec file and changes to ods-control startup script
matthijs at NLnetLabs.nl
Thu Nov 26 09:36:49 UTC 2009
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Alexd at nominet.org.uk wrote:
>> > perhaps it would be better to check if the processes actually died, no?
>> Yes, a much better idea, so that when ods-signer exits the processes has
>> actually gone. The downside to this is what to do if/when the signer
>> doesn't exit cleanly
This is also a problem if you use sleep 1.
> I've had a few experiences where issuing the "ods-control stop" command
> stops neither the ods-enforcerd nor the ods-signerd. It would be great
> if the "ods-control stop" command did always stop both these processes
> (and checked).
ods-signerd might not stop if one of the workers is busy (one of the
signer tools is still running). But the signal is received and the
signer engine will shutdown eventually (as soon as all workers are
ready). This might take up to a few minutes if you are signing a large
zone at the moment.
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