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Re: [issue1716] can't stop "bmake" (without args) in /usr/pkgsrc

From: Antonio Huete Jimenez <ahuete.devel@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 7 Apr 2010 09:26:48 +0200


Well, yes. A lot of bmake process will be spawned and you will have a
bad time to stop them all. What I use to do the to run a ton of
'killall -9 bmake' very fast until there are no processes left. Of
course this is just a rude workaround, but it gives you the chance to
avoid the reboot :P

Antonio Huete

2010/4/7 Petr Janda <elekktretterr@exemail.com.au>:
> On Wednesday 07 April 2010 07:02:27 laurent laborde (via DragonFly issue
> tracker) wrote:
>> New submission from laurent laborde <kerdezixe@gmail.com>:
>> step to reproduce the problem :
>> * Fresh install of 2.6.1
>> * cd /usr
>> * make pkgsrc-create
>> * cd /usr/pkgsrc
>> * bmake
>> * press ^c (ctrl-c) after a few seconds
>> * you get the shell prompt, but some process (look like "configure" stuff)
>>  keep running in the background and flood your terminal. doing a "killall
>>  bmake" (or killall -9 bmake) doesn't help.
> I can confirm this is an isssue.
> Petr

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