Eric Haymaker wrote:
> Well, I deleted swish-e form the website, then recompiled and then
> reinserted the code. The runaway processes seem to have stopped -- but I
> don't know if the webhost technician has done something or if the code
Maybe a strange coincidence?
> Cursiously, this morning when I typed "top" to see the list of active
Can 'top' not tell who owns a given process on BSD? (I gather it
mustn't. I don't have access to 'top' on my BSD account.)
> processes on the server, I saw "swish-efs" and a "swish94.2" I am not
Just a wild speculation on my part: perhaps 'swish-efs' is an older
version of SWISH-E which had the HTTP and FS indexer as compile time
options. 'swish94.2' may very well be an old 1994-era SWISH/1.x
release. Those may be subject to the hang-up problems.
Root should be able to find the offender by doing 'locate swish-efs' or,
at worst, 'find / -name swish-efs' The process name should match the
file name here.
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Received on Tue May 16 15:28:02 2000