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Progress D/B

M.sureshkumar
Regular Advisor

Progress D/B

Hi ,

In our plant, Mfg-pro 8.5f is ruuning front end and progress 8.3a is running backend & o.s is hp-ux 10.20.suppose i can kill any user session,after killed user session it will go to background process then i go to top command and remove the correspnding user proceess Id.How to kill without go to system back ground process.Some times i killed background proceess Id ,that time progress database goes to automatically shutdown stage then i restart the database.This problems comes many times but i don't know identify which side problem i.e progress D/B side or Mfg-pro side problem.pls give me correct solutions.

thanks.
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Fred Martin_1
Valued Contributor

Re: Progress D/B

I'm not sure I understand what you're trying to do. Are you trying to log a particular user out of the Progress database?

If so, you should be using the Progress 'proshut' command, and not a unix 'kill' command.

Could you clarify a little bit?
fmartin@applicatorssales.com
Steve Steel
Honored Contributor

Re: Progress D/B

Hi


If you know what tty the user is attached to

tty=$1
xx=$(ps -t $1|tail -n +2|cut -f2 -d" ")
echo kill -9 $xx

Then you get all process on that tty killed in 1 go


leave the echo to check first

Steve Steel
If you want truly to understand something, try to change it. (Kurt Lewin)
Brad Kozak
Valued Contributor

Re: Progress D/B

Check http://www.greenfieldtech.com/articles/traps_and_kills.shtml for a good explanation on kill signals and how they relate to the Progress DB.

HTH,

bk