It depends on your distribution - plain Flume, Cloudera or Bigtop
You could call
without -9 to kill manually. This will send SIGTERM to the process.
On Jul 3, 2013 1:02 PM, "Kazz y" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I read the Flume user guide, but I am not able to find a suitable command
> how to stop the agent.
> Is there no way except for killing a process?
> If there aren’t any risks, I am thinking about continuous operation of the
> 2013/07/03 0:09 "Lenin Raj" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
>> You can run your agent as long as you want to process your source data,
>> provided you have enough memory in the system.
>> To know how to stop your agent, please read the Flume user guide.
>> Sent from my Android.
>> On Jul 2, 2013 7:27 PM, "山本 一正" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>> I think that the agent of Flume-ng(1.3.1) needs to be stopped at
>>> periodical intervals.
>>> Because of reducing a risk of continuous operation. (e.g. memory leak)
>>> However, I did not find the shell script to stop agent.
>>> So it seems to me that there is no problem as Flume’s policy if the
>>> agent runs continuously.
>>> I would like to get your feedback.