The default, standard system shutdown kills the main surgemail process but not the swatch process? That probably explains why I can find any obviously useful information about the error in the SurgeMail crash log file.
Question for SurgeMail support: Can this be fixed in a future SurgeMail release?
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> On Mar 9, 2018, at 8:07 AM, Ed <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> If you look for the "swatch" process after you kill the main surge process and then kill it you won't get that error.
> We've been running on linux for years and never get that error when we kill the "swatch" process after the rest of it.
> On 03/09/2018 11:01 AM, John Wilkes wrote:
>> Both “tellmail shutdown” and "/etc/init.d/surgemail stop” finish quickly. The init.d/surgemail method takes a little longer because the script has a 9 second delay at the end to give the SurgeMail process some time to stop cleanly.
>> I see the same problem on a new Centos 7 installation, so it is not unique to Ubuntu. With Centos, the system shutdown process waits 5 minutes for surgemail to shutdown before giving up. I always see the “unclean “ message in SurgeMail status after rebooting, unless I manually stop SurgeMail before shutting down the system.
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