|Subject||Re: fb_inet_server.exe never died after a network error|
ooh yes, of course one fb_inet_server.exe must always stay alive, but what about the 200 other fb_inet_server.exe that not died after i unplug the cable ?
--- In email@example.com, Helen Borrie <helebor@...> wrote:
> At 07:17 PM 16/02/2010, you wrote:
> >i do some test (FB 2.1.3), and if i suddenly unplug the network cable from the server during a heavy processing time i notice that (sometime, but in fact most of the time) the fb_inet_server.exe never died !! even sometime it's took 100% of the cpu ! is it a normal behavior ?
> Absolutely normal. The fb_inet_server keeps listening for connection requests and creates a clone process for each successful connection. If you pull out the network cable, there will be some frantic cleanup activity for the listener process to do.
> I hope you had free ice-creams ready to hand out to the people whose work you destroyed. ;-)