Re: ftpget Exiting Singal 15 ?

From: David Luyer <>
Date: Thu, 10 Jul 1997 09:54:26 +0800 (WST)

On Wed, 9 Jul 1997, Jonathan Larmour wrote:

>At 22:27 09/07/97 +1200, Daryl Lim wrote:
>>Does anyone know why this error keeps poping up in my squid log ?
>>ftpget Exiting Signal 15
>>As everything this happens . Squid terminates & re-starts.
>That's a Segmentation Violation. Make sure you compiled squid with -g, and
>that your shell allows core files to be created ("ulimit -c" or suchlike,
>see your shell man page). Hopefully this is the default, and you just need
>to find the core file.

No, signal 11 is a segfault ("Segmentation Violation"). Signal 15 is a
sigterm ("Termination Signal"). It probably means squid has chosen to kill
off the ftpget processes, possibly because squid itself has segfaulted.

>Then in the dir with the core file, do "gdb /usr/local/squid/bin/ftpget
>core" followed by "where", and send the results back to this list, and
>we'll have some more info to go on.

It's more likely to be a squid corefile, if you find one. If you find a
core file, try "gdb /usr/local/squid/bin/squid core" and then "where".

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