kill-old-processes should kill apache2 and httpd
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seems OK. Also seems like a hard way to bring down httpd, etc. Also this would suck if you're tryign to run a http server on the same machine as a buildbot. :(
Committed in http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/113114.
Does this mean that a machine with buildbots cannot have web sharing enabled?
What is apache2 and why does it need to be killed?
This script is quite weird. In addition to "WebKitPluginAgen" without "t", there are mystery processes "Safari Web Content", "TestWebKitAPI Web Content", "WebKitTestRunner Web Content", which I don't think exist anywhere.
"per5.12" and "Problem Reporter" are another mystery processes. What's going on here?
(In reply to comment #4)
> Does this mean that a machine with buildbots cannot have web sharing enabled?
I believe with web sharing, httpd runs as root, so it wouldn't be killed and should be fine.
> What is apache2 and why does it need to be killed?
apache2 is what most linux distros call httpd (httpd is reserved for apache 1.x), and what new-run-webkit-tests normally uses for the web server. The patch probably only needed httpd on the mac, since it doesn't ship w/ an apache2.