[uWSGI] Writing pidfile after graceful reloading

Roberto De Ioris roberto at unbit.it
Fri Jul 9 08:54:31 CEST 2010

Il giorno 08/lug/2010, alle ore 08.06, Leonid Borisenko ha scritto:

> Hello.
> I run uWSGI under not root uid/gid (for example, 33/33). Right after 
> starting uWSGI in init.d script I change owner, group and permissions on 
> uWSGI pidfile to root:root, 644.
> After graceful reloading (kill -HUP <uWSGI pid>), uWSGI tries to write 
> the pidfile, failed at it (because of permissions) and immediately exits.
> But (as I see) PID of master uWSGI doesn't changes, so it hadn't to 
> write the pidfile. Am I right? Could uWSGI behaviour be changed to skip 
> writing the pidfile after graceful reloading?

Yes, i think it is a good proposal.

I will apply it asap.

Roberto De Ioris
JID: roberto at jabber.unbit.it

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