#1896 ✓resolved
Robert Rettig

play daemon [re]start-stop (python traceback)

Reported by Robert Rettig | December 18th, 2014 @ 10:42 AM | in 1.5.1 (closed)


Framework version: 1.3.0RC3
Platform you're using:

Betriebssystemname:                            Microsoft Windows 7 Professional
Betriebssystemversion:                         6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601
Systemtyp:                                     x64-based PC
Prozessor(en):                                 1 Prozessor(en) installiert.
                                               [01]: Intel64 Family 6 Model 58 Stepping 9 GenuineIntel ~3401 MHz
Systemgebietsschema:                           de;Deutsch (Deutschland)
Eingabegebietsschema:                          de;Deutsch (Deutschland)
Zeitzone:                                      (UTC+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rom, Stockholm, Wien
Gesamter physikalischer Speicher:              32.647 MB

Reproduction steps:

play deps samples-and-tests\yabe
play start samples-and-tests\yabe --%prod
OUTPUT:~ pid is 1348

Now something really bad with java! I simulate a crash with pskill from sysinternals.

pskill -t 1348
OUTPUT: Process 1348 killed.

Now a monitoring process want to restart (stop and start) the app.

play stop samples-and-tests\yabe
OUTPUT: ~ Cannot kill the process with pid 1348 (ERROR 6)

Ok nothing wrong here! Nice to have this information. Start application again.

play start samples-and-tests\yabe --%prod


Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "c:\play1-1.3.0RC3\play", line 156, in <module>
    status = cmdloader.commands[play_command].execute(command=play_command, app=play_app, args=remaining_args, env=play_env, cmdloader=cmdloader)
  File "c:\play1-1.3.0RC3\framework\pym\play\commands\daemon.py", line 25, in execute
    start(app, args)
  File "c:\play1-1.3.0RC3\framework\pym\play\commands\daemon.py", line 39, in start
    if process_running(pid):
  File "c:\play1-1.3.0RC3\framework\pym\play\commands\daemon.py", line 159, in process_running
    return process_running_nt(pid)
  File "c:\play1-1.3.0RC3\framework\pym\play\commands\daemon.py", line 192, in process_running_nt
    if process_list_nt().get(pid,"") != "":
  File "c:\play1-1.3.0RC3\framework\pym\play\commands\daemon.py", line 170, in process_list_nt
    junk, instances = win32pdh.EnumObjectItems(None,None,'process', win32pdh.PERF_DETAIL_WIZARD)
pywintypes.error: (-1073738824, 'EnumObjectItems for buffer size', 'Das angegebene Objekt wurde nicht auf dem Computer gefunden.')

I tried to explain the problem in #1860 and provided a patch. But I think the problem was not clear. Plz close #1860 and use this in stead.

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