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M Bryan
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Hi,

I have a Java application running on a VServer. It does some calculations for me and has run more than once longer than three weeks without any break.
But since last week, the process gets killed by something external:


root@myvserver:~$ java -jar myprogram.jar &
[1] 9388
[1]+ Killed java -jar myprogram.jar


I am completly clueless what causes this kills. I have written to the support of my vserver, they told me they cannot kill specific processes, since for them the server is closed. In /var/log/ no log file tells that it has ended the process. I tried the program using different java version, it happens with every version.

Can anyone give me a hint what to do? I am totally lost.

Thank you
 
Junilu Lacar
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I don't know about tracking down what kills it but you might want to try nohup to keep the process alive even after you log out, if that's what you intended to do.
 
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