[Mono-list] mod_mono and swapping out web application

Willem.Smit@sanlam.co.za Willem.Smit@sanlam.co.za
Wed, 14 Jul 2004 08:28:02 +0200

Jim Erwin wrote:
> works is to run "killall mono" from a root prompt. At this point, the=

> server processes are restarted and on the next page hit, the JIT
> compilation takes place. All is well. The down side of this as I see =
> is that this will kill ALL mono applications on the box. So if I'm
> running multiple web applications, or other non-web mono applications=
> the server, all of them get killed at this point.

ps -G apache | grep mono <- use that in a script

I wrote a little shell script at home that kills all mono instances run=
as children of apache.
This allows other mono processes to continue working and also allows ht=
to carry on serving
other non-asp.net websites. (Unfortunately this will still kill all ASP=
apps, but it's better than
doing killall mono and monodevelop vanishes :-))

If you want it just drop me a mail and I'll send it to you tonight.

Willem Smit

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