In article <T0bLc.9103$x34.3596nntp-post.primus.ca>, "Alex Shi" <chpshistonix.com> writes:I have seen a /bin/tcsh login shell that sets> Hi All,
> I have a php script running on shell. Basically it checks more
> than 10k phone numbers one by one in a loop way. It will send
> each of the numbers to a remote host for validation checking,
> and write the result to a local file. On one server (an in-house
> built Linux), it is running perfect. However, on another server
> (RH 9), it's hehavior is very strange: it will stop at a phone number
> between the 900th to 1000th without any error message. Looks
> like it stops naturally, but this is not a natural end. It is supposed
> to stop after the last phone number was checked.
> I am thinking it might be the case that the script received a stop
> signal from the system. - I have no idea, but just guess. I am not
> a UNIX people. I think in this group maybe someone can give
> me a hand. Thanks in advance!
and then logs out after 60 CPU seconds.
If this is the case with your login shell, the fix is:
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