[Openmcl-devel] Process state 'Arrested' ?
Sven Van Caekenberghe
sven at beta9.be
Wed May 26 13:35:56 EDT 2004
Thanks for the reply.
Indeed, on occasion (after images/mp3s are uploaded), run-program is
called to chmod a file.
On 26 May 2004, at 17:56, Gary Byers wrote:
> The process has no "run reasons" and/or has one or more "arrest
> reasons"; it isn't considered for scheduling. (The
> "EXTERNAL-PROCESS-WATCHDOG" process in 0.13.x just sort of hung around
> until someone called RUN-PROGRAM; it would have made as much sense for
> it to have only been created if it was actually needed ...)
> When 0.13.x first starts up, :PROC says that that process is
> after calling RUN-PROGRAM (and after the external process exits), the
> process's whostate becomes "Arrested". I'm not sure that there's
> any difference between "Suspended" and "Arrested", but I'd guess that
> RUN-PROGRAM has been called at least once in the image you're running.
> On Wed, 26 May 2004, Sven Van Caekenberghe wrote:
>> What does it mean when a process' state is 'Arrested' ? It sounds as
>> something is wrong..
>> Lisp implementation: OpenMCL Version (Beta: Darwin) 0.13.6
>> All Processes
>> (#<PROCESS aserve-accept-24(32) [input-wait] #x5695B2E>
>> #<PROCESS 23-aserve-worker(31) [Stopped] #x5695A06>
>> #<PROCESS 22-aserve-worker(30) [Stopped] #x56958DE>
>> #<PROCESS 21-aserve-worker(29) [Stopped] #x56957B6>
>> #<PROCESS 20-aserve-worker(28) [Stopped] #x569568E>
>> #<PROCESS 19-aserve-worker(27) [Stopped] #x5695566>
>> #<PROCESS 18-aserve-worker(26) [Running] #x569543E>
>> #<PROCESS 17-aserve-worker(25) [Stopped] #x5695316>
>> #<PROCESS 16-aserve-worker(24) [Stopped] #x56951F6>
>> #<PROCESS 15-aserve-worker(23) [Stopped] #x56950E6>
>> #<PROCESS 14-aserve-worker(22) [Stopped] #x5694FD6>
>> #<PROCESS session-reaper(10) [Sleeping] #x559CD46>
>> #<PROCESS remote-repl-server(9) [input-wait] #x5596476>
>> #<PROCESS auto-flush-log-stream(8) [Sleeping] #x559632E>
>> #<PROCESS external-process-watchdog(1) [Arrested] #x5296B2E>
>> #<PROCESS Initial(0) [Sleeping] #x50C8D5E>)
>> The server (seems to) work(s) fine though.
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