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Process receiving SIGEXIT

I am running a process on Solaris 10 sparc. It runs for several days. After that it crashes. pstack on the core shows one of the threads received SIGEXIT.

Wondering what circumstances process would receive SIGEXIT? Proces is not using sigexit(pid,0) call. It does has signal handlers.

Anyhelp is appreciated.
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dxproctuner(8)						      System Manager's Manual						    dxproctuner(8)

dxproctuner - Manages and monitors system processes SYNOPSIS
/usr/bin/X11/dxproctuner OPTIONS
Process Tuner accepts all of the standard X Toolkit command line options, which are documented in the OPTIONS section in the X(1X) refer- ence page. DESCRIPTION
The Process Tuner application, dxproctuner, is used to monitor and manage processes. Use Process Tuner to: Display a list of processes and their characteristics Display the processes running for yourself or all users Display and modify process priorities Send a signal to a process The Process Tuner application can be invoked from the CDE Application Manager from the following categories: Application Group: System_Admin System Admin Subgroup: MonitoringTuning EXAMPLES
To start Process Tuner from the command line, enter: dxproctuner You can view the Process Tuner online help volume without running the application. To open the Process Tuner help volume from the command line, enter the following command: /usr/dt/bin/dthelpview -h /usr/dt/appconfig/help/C/Dxproctuner.sdl FILES
Contains user preferences that control the appearance of the application Contains the Process Tuner application executable Contains the Process Tuner help volume Contains the default values for the application's X resources SEE ALSO
Commands: kill(1), ps(1), X(1X) System Calls: exit(2), kill(2), sigaction(2) Files: signal(4) dxproctuner(8)

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