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DCO 8.0.1: Zombies, right behaviour???

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DCO 8.0.1: Zombies, right behaviour???

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by jorgen.n.nilsson on 2016-11-07


DCO 8.0.1: Zombies, see below, right behaviour???

Thanks in advance,
Jörgen Nilsson


Please see: "One timeslot", for example: "process-id: 4175 and 38520":
[root@dco apc]# ps axo stat,ppid,pid,comm | grep -w defunct
Z     4175 38520 Platform.pm <defunct>
Z     4175 38629 Platform.pm <defunct>
[root@dco apc]# ps -aux | grep 4175
root      4175  0.0  0.0 390176 35864 ?        Ss   Oct25   9:49 /usr/bin/perl /usr/sbin/Platform.pm start-monitor --silent
root     38634  0.0  0.0 112652   972 pts/0    S+   10:50   0:00 grep --color=auto 4175
[root@dco apc]# ps -aux | grep 38520
root     38520  0.1  0.0      0     0 ?        Z    10:49   0:00 [Platform.pm] <defunct>
root     38640  0.0  0.0 112648   968 pts/0    S+   10:50   0:00 grep --color=auto 38520


Please see: "Several timeslots", for example: "process-id:
4175, 38520, 38997, 39012, 39021, 39071, 39104, 39140, 39137 and so on...":
[root@dco apc]# ps axo stat,ppid,pid,comm | grep -w defunct
Z     4175 38520 Platform.pm <defunct>
Z     4175 38997 Platform.pm <defunct>
[root@dco apc]# ps axo stat,ppid,pid,comm | grep -w defunct
Z     4175 38520 Platform.pm <defunct>
Z     4175 39012 Platform.pm <defunct>
[root@dco apc]# ps axo stat,ppid,pid,comm | grep -w defunct
Z     4175 38520 Platform.pm <defunct>
Z     4175 39021 Platform.pm <defunct>
[root@dco apc]# ps axo stat,ppid,pid,comm | grep -w defunct
Z     4175 38520 Platform.pm <defunct>
Z     4175 39071 Platform.pm <defunct>
[root@dco apc]# ps axo stat,ppid,pid,comm | grep -w defunct
Z     4175 39104 Platform.pm <defunct>
Z     4175 39140 Platform.pm <defunct>
[root@dco apc]# ps axo stat,ppid,pid,comm | grep -w defunct
Z     4175 39104 Platform.pm <defunct>
Z     9895 39137 httpd <defunct>
Z     4175 39192 Platform.pm <defunct>
[root@dco apc]# ps axo stat,ppid,pid,comm | grep -w defunct
Z     4175 39104 Platform.pm <defunct>
Z     4175 39200 Platform.pm <defunct>
[root@dco apc]# ps axo stat,ppid,pid,comm | grep -w defunct
Z     4175 39104 Platform.pm <defunct>
Z     4175 39227 Platform.pm <defunct>
[root@dco apc]# ps axo stat,ppid,pid,comm | grep -w defunct
Z     4175 39104 Platform.pm <defunct>
Z     4175 39239 Platform.pm <defunct>
[root@dco apc]# ps axo stat,ppid,pid,comm | grep -w defunct
Z     4175 40323 Platform.pm <defunct>
Z     5309 40358 /usr/libexec/we <defunct>
Z     4175 40395 Platform.pm <defunct>
[root@dco apc]# ps axo stat,ppid,pid,comm | grep -w defunct
Z     4175 40323 Platform.pm <defunct>
Z     4175 40395 Platform.pm <defunct>
[root@dco apc]# ps axo stat,ppid,pid,comm | grep -w defunct
Z     4175 40323 Platform.pm <defunct>
Z     4175 40412 Platform.pm <defunct>

(CID:110004534)

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Re: DCO 8.0.1: Zombies, right behaviour???

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2016-11-09


Hi Jorgen,

Yes, that's a normal behavior.

Kind regards

(CID:110004830)

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