fRANz wrote at 2005-6-13 11:16 +0200:
>I run a ZEODb on a CentOS 3.4, Zope 2.7, zeo automatically start with
>/etc/init.d/zeoctl script.
>
>Sometimes, I see in /myZopeDir/log/zeo.log:
>
>2005-05-25T18:47:59 INFO(0) RUNSVR restarted by SIGHUP
>2005-06-08T18:40:05 INFO(0) RUNSVR restarted by SIGHUP
>2005-06-10T18:28:54 INFO(0) RUNSVR restarted by SIGHUP      
>
>and everytime I've to relaunch zeoctrl manually... Who send SIGHUP
>signal to zeo?

Maybe your operating system?

"*nix" sends "SIGHUP" to processes when their control terminal
is closed.

A process usually inherits the control terminal from its creating
process, often an interactive login session. In this case,
the control terminal is closed when the login session is terminated.

The selection of log entries above suggests such a problem.
Someone is going home at about 18:30 and logs out....


-- 
Dieter
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