Mailing List Message #106263
From: James Moe <>
Subject: Quitting CGpro at system shutdown
Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2016 11:53:27 -0700
To: CGPro <>
opensuse 42/1
linux 4.1.34-33-default x86_64
cgatepro 6.1.11

  CGPro  uses the script in </etc/init.d/> for starting and stopping
itself. This is not a problem during system startup.
  Shutdown, however, is not so smooth. The system seems to think that it
has sent cgpro a quit request and waits up to 5 minutes for it to do it;
a rather tiresome wait. After the timeout the system simply shuts down.
  Such an arbitrary termination occasionally causes mail folders to move
around. (!?!) I know! Weird!
  How do I determine what command the system is using to stop cgpro?

$ systemctl status CommuniGate
CommuniGate.service - LSB: CommuniGate Pro Communication Server
   Loaded: loaded (/etc/init.d/CommuniGate)
   Active: active (running) since Sun 2016-11-13 15:40:19 MST; 19h ago
   CGroup: /system.slice/CommuniGate.service
           ├─1821 /opt/CommuniGate/CGServer --Base
/data01/var/CommuniGate --Daemon
           ├─2869 /usr/bin/perl
           ├─2870 /usr/bin/perl
           ├─2871 /usr/bin/perl
           └─3375 /usr/bin/perl

Nov 13 15:40:19 sma-server3 CommuniGate[1813]: Starting CommuniGate Pro
Server... Started.
Nov 13 15:40:19 sma-server3 CommuniGatePro[1821]: CommuniGate Pro server
6.1.11 started
Nov 13 15:40:19 sma-server3 systemd[1]: Started LSB: CommuniGate Pro
Communication Server.

James Moe
moe dot james at sohnen-moe dot com
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