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Background Process Killer

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by JCave, Aug 3, 2003.

  1. JCave

    JCave Well-Known Member

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    I am hoping someone else encountered this. I run an ircd on my box, and have added the username of the account to the trusted user list. However, CPanel still kills the ircd. I even ran an ircd as root and CPanel killed the ircd again.

    Peace Out.

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    you ran a process like that as root ?

    OMGG

    *falls over in shock

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    It was to test if it me or was the program :p
    I dont normally run them as root.

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    I had the same problem. I run ircd under the username "irc". "irc" is on the list of trusted users, but the ircd process keeps getting killed anyway. Same for my eggdrop and services processes.

    Any suggestions?

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    did you check/uncheck the box that said to kill the processes?

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    The trusted user list is users that are allowed to run those processes. When bkp goes through the processes its not suppose to kill those processes.

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    Ok, are you SURE that they are part of the trusted list? Or that one of the other security features is on? Are you also sure that it is being killed, and not that it died?

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    Very sure they were added. I looked through the other settings and didnt find anything that would prevent trusted users from running. I also dont have any third party apps running to do such a thing. They were killed when bpk was ran. They also were killed when bpk ran after any updates. I ran things as root to test bpk, and it killed them as well.

    Peace Out :)

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    But are you sure they are being killed, and they didnt die because they failed or something?

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    For the last time, yes, BPK killed the programs. They did not fail, crash, or die on their own. There was also no one else on that could have kill -9 them, nor where they killed from an internal command.

    Peace Out :)

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    For the last time what? How bout for the FIRST time. You never answered the original question. hope some one else will help you.

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    If you would have read it the first time, probably would have helped :p

    Peace Out :)

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    Sure, but just cause some one says it was killed does not mean that it was. You should know that.

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    Your question: Are you also sure that it is being killed, and not that it died?

    My Answer: They were killed when bpk was ran.

    Which the point was that I answered your question. Usually when techs say it was killed by that program, they ruled out everything else. If I did find some other problem I probably wouldnt have started this thread.

    Peace Out :)

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    As I said Before . .

    Just because some one says it was killed does not mean that it was. You should know that.

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    I am going to stop responding to prevent this from getting ugly.

    Peace Out :)

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