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Re: cfrun invoking another cfservd process

From: Mark . Burgess
Subject: Re: cfrun invoking another cfservd process
Date: Mon, 15 Dec 2003 16:12:52 +0100 (MET)

On Linux this sometimes happens because threads are not really threads.
On lnux machines one normally sees two cfservd processes. This is normal.
But if more than that stick around, there is something wrong,


On 15 Dec, Lance Albertson wrote:
> I was just getting around to trying out cfrun and noticed something
> interesting. When I invoke cfrun, it creates another cfservd process on
> the client system. That process then stays there after cfrun is run. Is
> this how cfrun is supposed to work? If so, please let me know. I should
> say that the client system already has cfservd running, and after I run
> cfrun there are two cfservd processes.
> I've read through the docs again to try and see if I missed something,
> but I didn't quite see a reference.
> Thanks for your help.

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