Parent daemons don't kill children when terminated?
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Mon Jul 10 15:05:15 GMT 2006
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Dave Poeschel wrote:
> With Samba 3.0 releases, the master daemons no
> longer kill their children when they terminate.
> Was this a purposeful change from 2.2 behavior? (If so why?)
> This is particularly relevant when managing multiple Samba
> servers running on a single box (for example, highly available
> "active-active" Serviceguard configurations on HP-UX).
I expect it was an intended change but I don't have the
details. You could probably review the old cvs commit logs
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