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Re: cfexecd, FatalError(), leaves cfagent burning 100% cpu

From: Tom Carlile
Subject: Re: cfexecd, FatalError(), leaves cfagent burning 100% cpu
Date: Tue, 05 Oct 2004 16:20:32 -0500

This is not only specific to Debian.  I have seen this same behavior on
Redhat AS2.1 and ES3 hosts.  Yes it is burning cpu writing to closed
pipes.  Any hope of a fix making it into the main cfengine?  Thanks, 

On Tue, 2004-10-05 at 06:25, Andrew Stribblehill wrote:
> Quoting Will Lowe <address@hidden> (2004-10-05 03:50:29 BST):
> > I've got a few machines running 2.1.10.  They're running cfexecd via
> > cron as "/usr/sbin/cfexecd -F".
> > 
> > There's an error in my config that doesn't appear when I run cfagent
> > by hand, but does when cfexecd calls it as
> > "/var/lib/cfengine2/bin/cfagent -Q
> > smtpserver,smtpfrom,sysadm,fqhost,ipaddress,EmailMaxLines,schedule":
> > 
> > 
> > cf:cfengine:foo:/etc/cfengine/debian.conf:193: sysadm undefined variable 
> > 
> > The result is that cfexecd calls FatalError and exit()s, leaving
> > cfagent still running, burning lots of cpu (probably due to writes on
> > closed pipes). Cfexed should probably kill off the child cfagent
> > process?
> This is a bug specific to Debian, fixed in the latest release
> (2.1.10-1.1). Sorry about that. For more information about the bugs,
> look at and

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