Yep! It worked. Thanks a lot for the fast response and the patch. - Giampaolo
2011/7/19 Jim Trocki <troc...@gmail.com> > On Tue, 19 Jul 2011, Giampaolo Rodolà wrote: > > By digging into commit history I found this: >> http://email@example.com/msg00828.**html<http://firstname.lastname@example.org/msg00828.html> >> ...so I picked up latest development version from >> https://mon.wiki.kernel.org/**index.php/Development<https://mon.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/Development>and >> replaced the main mon >> executable but that didn't fix the problem. >> > > let me know if the attached patch helps. watch the syslog "info" > output for "master alert pid", "child alert pid", and "reaped pid". > there should be one "reaped pid" for every "alert pid", assuming all > alert processes are exiting properly. > > if that doesn't help, send a process tree output showing the zombies so > i can see whose zombies they are, actually.
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