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graylogctl fails to remove pid file #889

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kroepke opened this Issue Jan 16, 2015 · 4 comments

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kroepke commented Jan 16, 2015

05:32:31 graylog-1.0.0-beta.2$ GRAYLOG_CONF=graylog.conf ./bin/graylogctl stop
Stopping graylog-server (77047) ...
Waiting for graylog-server to halt.
rm: /tmp/graylog.pid: No such file or directory
graylog-server stopped

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joschi commented Jan 17, 2015

The PID file is removed by Graylog2 when it was shutdown correctly. The removal in the control scripts is just for unclean shutdowns.

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kroepke commented Jan 17, 2015

Ah I see!
It was printing an error or warning. Can we silence that? Looks odd.
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The PID file is removed by Graylog2 when it was shutdown correctly. The
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joschi commented Jan 17, 2015

@kroepke Yes. 😉

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kroepke commented Jan 17, 2015

Yay! Thanks :)
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