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Re: [Xen-devel] [PATCH 9/9] init/NetBSD: move xenbackendd to xend init script

Roger Pau Monne wrote:
> Christoph Egger wrote:
>> On 07/17/12 18:23, Roger Pau Monne wrote:
>>> Ian Jackson wrote:
>>>> Roger Pau Monne writes ("[PATCH 9/9] init/NetBSD: move xenbackendd to xend 
>>>> init script"):
>>>>> xenbackendd is not needed by the xl toolstack, so move it's launch to
>>>>> the xend script.
>>>> Acked-by: Ian Jackson <ian.jackson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>>>> on the basis that it doesn't touch non-BSD code.  But:
>>>>> + printf "Stopping xenbackendd, xend\n"
>>>>> + xb_pid=$(check_pidfile ${XENBACKENDD_PIDFILE} ${SBINDIR}/xenbackendd)
>>>>> + xend_pid=`ps x -o pid,command|grep ${SBINDIR}/xend|awk '{ print $1 }'`
>>>>> + if test -n "$xb_pid";
>>>>> + then
>>>>> +         kill -${sig_stop:-TERM} $xb_pid
>>>> This is pretty horrid.  Does BSD not have better ways to manage
>>>> daemons ?
>>> Yes, but xend seems to spawn two processes that regenerate, so you have
>>> to kill them with one shot, or it will be useless. "xend stop" doesn't
>>> work either, but since xend is deprecated I think it's rather useless to
>>> try to fix this properly now.
>> pkill xend  should do it. :)
> Neither pgrep or pkill work, because the process command is registered
> as "/usr/pkg/bin/python2.7 /usr/xen42/sbin/xend start". I've tried:
> pgrep /usr/xen42/sbin/xend
> pgrep xend
> pkill /usr/xen42/sbin/xend
> pkill xend
> And none of them work :(

Now I got it, `pgrep -f` does the trick, thanks Christoph!

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