[Samba] smbd being killed by SIGPIPE

Jeremy Allison jra at samba.org
Thu Jan 29 19:12:50 GMT 2004

On Thu, Jan 29, 2004 at 10:34:17AM +0100, Jerome Borsboom wrote:
> We are running samba-3.0.2rc1 under linux-2.4.24 with nss-ldap-
> 215. Sometimes the smbd children spawned by the main smbd 
> process are killed by a SIGPIPE. A quick look in the samba 
> source shows that SIGPIPE should be blocked all the time. 
> However, looking at a /proc/*/status entry shows the SIGPIPE 
> signal to be unblocked. 

smbd blocks all SIGPIPE. Check the nss-lsap source code to see
if it correctly restores the handler.


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