|Summary:||the bash process started with xterm dont die when X server is killed.|
|Product:||[Retired] Red Hat Linux||Reporter:||n.lathiotakis|
|Component:||distribution||Assignee:||David Lawrence <dkl>|
|Status:||CLOSED DUPLICATE||QA Contact:|
|Fixed In Version:||Doc Type:||Bug Fix|
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|Last Closed:||1999-05-19 14:39:20 UTC||Type:||---|
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Description n.lathiotakis 1999-05-17 19:01:46 UTC
After leaving the xsession all processes started within it should be also killed. Thats not true for the bash started with xterm. I usually have 5-6 xterms on my xsession and after a few rounds of stop and start the X there were some tenths of 'bash' still running. Of course you can always kill them, either manually or using a script, or there must be a way to prevent that happening. But, it should not happen by default and for a novice user thats not a nice behaviour since after some period of continuous uptime the number of processes will exceed the limit.
Comment 1 Raul Acevedo 1999-05-18 21:10:59 UTC
I believe this is a dup of bug #2767, which I entered on 5/14/99. I don't know if this is related, but I've noticed that if you start an xterm without the "&" (i.e. it's in the shell foreground), then hit Ctrl-c, it won't die, but it will freeze up. I'm almost 100% sure that this situation should, and normally does, just kill the xterm.