Your client(s) do not quit because they want to make sure that
all other clients and servers reached phase synchronization point, but
they cannot make sure because the servers are gone.
Please use the "--idle_tout 3min" option on the server side to
prevent servers from exiting before clients. Alternatively, you can
disable phase synchronization using the "--sync_phases no" option (not
To force a Polygraph process to flush the logs and quit, send
it an INT signal.
On Mon, 18 Dec 2000, Danno Coppock wrote:
> I've been running numerous polygraph runs, trying to put our
> filtering solution through some proxying paces. Everything works
> great, except for retrieving data from the client log files.
> I've discovered that the servers cleanly detect the end of the
> run, and correctly flush their logs to the designated file.
> However, 95% of the time, the clients do NOT realize that they
> should stop, and the logs aren't flushed.
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