GuoWei 2012-12-19, 00:57
Yes, this is a known problem. In bin/chukwa script, there should be some
logic to check for pid file before starting another instance of the
process. This would prevent the overwriting pid file problem. Patches are
On Tue, Dec 18, 2012 at 4:57 PM, GuoWei <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> If I forgot to stop collector before start a collector. Then I will get
> message the Collector.pid file can not be written.
> Then I can not stop collector by the command "sudo bin/chukwa collector
> stop". Because start twice will assign new PID and new port to collector.
> And the new PID is not written into the Collector.pid file.
> And I can not find the PID by the port because the port is not 8080.
> Does anyone meet the same problem ? And how to stop collector/agent in
> this situation?
Alan Cabrera 2012-12-19, 03:57
shreyas subramanya 2012-12-19, 08:03