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SIGPIPE, where is it coming from?



Hi all,

I am running a Netbackup RH 7.1 client (Win2k Media/Master Server).  My diferrential backups are fine.  My full backup is consistently disconnecting the socket(s) with a SIGPIPE error.  I am at a loss in trying to find what is producing the SIGPIPE.  

[5066] <16> bpbkar sighandler: ERR - bpbkar killed by SIGPIPE
[5066] <2> bpbkar sighandler: INF - ignoring additional SIGPIPE signals

I see that gdb can be used to trap signals or redirect the action of certain signals ... but this looks to be based on C programs ... my process is ksh based.

Any suggestions?

TIA,

Tony Brown
Systems Administrator
Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation
680 North Lake Shore Drive, Suite 1108
Chicago, IL 60611
tbrown2 nmff org
312-695-3975



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