[Asterisk-Dev] Why use SIGABRT to kill mpg123 procs in res_musiconhold?

Jared Smith jsmith at drgutah.com
Thu Dec 11 08:30:31 MST 2003

I have a ton of core files in my moh directory as well... this certainly
sounds like the cause.


On Wed, 2003-12-10 at 23:34, Tom Moertel wrote:
> My * server's /var/lib/asterisk/mohmpg directory is littered with core 
> files. After I little digging through the asterisk sources, I think I 
> know why. The function ast_moh_destroy() in res_musiconhold.c uses 
> SIGABRT to terminate mpg123 processes. Is there a reason for using 
> SIGABRT and not SIGTERM or SIGKILL instead?
> Cheers,
> Tom
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