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comment How do I download the avatar image from an Active Directory server?
I should have been using -A. Neither jpegPhoto nor thumbnailPhoto are showing up... but that's weird, because I definitely see my own Lync picture as being set.
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accepted I have a perl script that is supposed to run indefinitely. It's being killed… how do I determine who or what kills it?
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comment I have a perl script that is supposed to run indefinitely. It's being killed… how do I determine who or what kills it?
I added the signal handling last night, per your suggestions. It's certainly harder to stop it for debugging now... and we can rule out anything quite so simple now.
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comment I have a perl script that is supposed to run indefinitely. It's being killed… how do I determine who or what kills it?
Work needs to be done once a second, by requesting time-sensitive json off a third party webserver. That data is chucked into a database for analysis, and we think it might be worth as much as $5000 a month. We want to keep the opportunity to ourselves, so I can't say much more than that... but if we can get a month or two's worth of data, more or less continuous, we should have what we need. We'll deal with the longer term memory leak problems by periodically restarting it should we need that.
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comment I have a perl script that is supposed to run indefinitely. It's being killed… how do I determine who or what kills it?
Just checked the logs again. Nothing in messages, debug, dmesg, kern.log, or syslog. Am I missing any, should I be grepping for something specific? I mean, I don't think I'm using that much memory in the script... but there could be some leak I'm not recognizing.
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comment I have a perl script that is supposed to run indefinitely. It's being killed… how do I determine who or what kills it?
Not written to daemonize itself. Just outputs some monitoring data via the Curses mod. That's why I'm using screen at the moment, to avoid that.
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