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Subject AW: Child processes are randomly killed (occurred with <sql> and <junit>)
Date Fri, 03 Aug 2007 09:54:06 GMT
I dont think that Ant will kill long-running processes.
But maybe Quickbuild does ...
Could you run the task directly from command line?


>-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
>Von: Alexis de Bernis [] 
>Gesendet: Donnerstag, 2. August 2007 19:10
>Betreff: Child processes are randomly killed (occurred with 
><sql> and <junit>)
>We encountered the following troubling error when dealing with 
>long ant 
>tasks. When the server is heavily loaded, ANT tasks may randomly abort 
>before their natural end. Adding the verbose flag only shows the 
>"[DEBUG] Process finished" log without any exception.
>This was first occurring on the <sql> tasks with long running queries 
>(about 2 hours to complete), but we recently had the same problem 
>running a long <junit> test suite.
>We are using Ant 1.7.0, triggered by the Quickbuild 
>( build server.
>Running these tasks when the server is lightly loaded succeeds every 
>time. We suspect some sort of OOM errors, but having 
>absolutely no error 
>report nor an exception stack trace is troublesome.
>Could you please help me in analyzing this problem so I can 
>determine if 
>the process gets killed because of Ant ?
>Thanks in advance,
>-- Alexis

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