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Dec
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answered binding unix user to mysql
Dec
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answered How to host and manage 1000s of low traffic websites on a single nginx server
Dec
12
comment Ctrl + c is not working for certain applications on Linux
I see, so reading a database can corrupt it. This thread is getting better and better. :)
Dec
12
comment Ctrl + c is not working for certain applications on Linux
Yeah it is possible to kill it with SIGTERM, it is just a bug in signal handling.
Dec
11
comment Ctrl + c is not working for certain applications on Linux
Thank you sir. I opened a new bug report myself as well. I am just wondering how is it possible that those folks commenting on this think it is not a bug...
Dec
11
comment Ctrl + c is not working for certain applications on Linux
So you say reading a database is uninterruptible, right. My only question would be in this case, how is it possible to terminate the program with signal 15.
Dec
11
comment Ctrl + c is not working for certain applications on Linux
How is executing "yum list" database-oriented?
Dec
11
comment Ctrl + c is not working for certain applications on Linux
Well if it was working for 30 years in applications like find, grep, cat, etc. your explanation is incorrect. This is just a way of programming which is not desired.
Dec
11
answered Ctrl + c is not working for certain applications on Linux
Dec
11
comment Ctrl + c is not working for certain applications on Linux
Dennis, this is not time related, I can repeat it wo/ time same story. It seems it is a yum bug.
Dec
11
comment Ctrl + c is not working for certain applications on Linux
$ kill -15 1761 [1]+ Terminated time yum list > /dev/null it does
Dec
11
comment Using nginx + wordpress with all wordpress files in a subdirectory
and error logging :) error_log /var/log/nginx/site.error error;
Dec
11
comment Ctrl + c is not working for certain applications on Linux
Hey, I guess kill -9 is not really a viable solution just to interrupt the running. (sockets left open, temporary files remaining etc.)
Dec
11
comment Ctrl + c is not working for certain applications on Linux
Hey, it doesn't work( ctrl + \ )
Dec
11
asked Ctrl + c is not working for certain applications on Linux
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answered MySQL Server : Most Frequent Requests
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16
answered Is cloud hosting, computing, server etcetra a buzz phrase?
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16
answered Looping through subdirectories
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answered Monitor applications with zabbix
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comment Mikrotik OS for load balancing?
Load balancing is a bit too wide definition. What do you want to do exactly?