On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 11:52 AM, aCaB <aca...@digitalfuture.it> wrote:
> Renato Botelho wrote:
>> Hello guys,
>> When I was updating clamav-devel in FreeBSD ports collection
>> I noted clamav-milter has no more paramaters like it had in the
>> past, so, i started to work on port to install a default conf file.
>> Ok, i did it but i'm having a problem now, the startup script
>> send a -TERM signal to the proccess to stop it, in this case
>> clamav-milter, but clamav-milter doesn't stop with -TERM, is
>> it working ok? What is the best way to stop clamav-milter?
> Hi Renato,
> kill -TERM works for me just fine.
> Incidentally the milter does no specific signal handling, in fact
> libmilter does (and kills clamav-milter on TERM).
> Please be aware that it may take a few seconds for the process to die.

I've waited over 40 minutes, sending a -TERM each 2 seconds and it
didn't die

Renato Botelho
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