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--- Comment #4 from email@example.com 2011-10-27 12:48:12 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #3)
> What OS are you using?
It is a hosted virtual server, OS is Suse 9.1 (old, but nearly everything
running on it continously manually updated) with a 2.4.20 kernel.
> SIGUSR1 is a reserved signal so it should let SA do what
> it wants with the signal. A SIGTERM just terminates the process. At least
> that's my understanding.
I have same understanding. But if I am write terminating the parent process
after daemonizing is exactly waht should be done.
- Parent process gets started
- Parent process "daemonizes" which results in a parent process
- Parent process will be terminated
- child process continues running
In spamd code I could not found any special handling for SIGUSR1.
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