"Start Time and period of a PID"

Post #302581143 by zaxxon on Monday 12th of December 2011 07:40:08 AM

With stopping and starting I wanted to make sure that you have no runaway processes running, as when an application is stopped and started, it should have all processes killed and sowith have new time and date with the new processes. That is the reason I wanted you to try that to get reliable output of ps. If there are always some rests of processes even if httpd is stopped, wether by your svcadm or anything else, then you are less likely to get reliable output by ps, as you don't know why there is still some old process running.

I understood that you want to have a reliable way to get your info, but at first we must get reliable info about your processes and that is why I asked to stop and start your httpd step by step.

That using the stop/start time from logs is not the best way is clear too, but it helps trying to find out what kind of restart that was that still processes having old dates.
 
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Time.localTime(3kaya)					       Kaya module reference					     Time.localTime(3kaya)

NAME
Time::localTime - Convert a time to local time. SYNOPSIS
Time localTime( Int secs=now() ) ARGUMENTS
secs The number of seconds since Jan 1 1970. This argument is optional and defaults to the current time. DESCRIPTION
Converts a time expressed in seconds since Jan 1 1970 to a Time.Time(3kaya) , using the current local timezone. AUTHORS
Kaya standard library by Edwin Brady, Chris Morris and others (kaya@kayalang.org). For further information see http://kayalang.org/ LICENSE
The Kaya standard library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License (version 2.1 or any later version) as published by the Free Software Foundation. RELATED
Time.Time(3kaya) Time.gmTime(3kaya) Time.mkTime(3kaya) Time.time(3kaya) Kaya October 2012 Time.localTime(3kaya)

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