If I do:
My server program received a SIGTERM and stopped (with exit code 0). I am surprised by this, as I am pretty sure that there was plenty of memory for it. Under what conditions does linux (busybox) send a SIGTERM to a process?
How can I get the command arguments or the whole command line from a running process using its process name?
I have compiled a custom linux kernel in BusyBox. BusyBox
init does not support runlevels. When the kernel boots up in BusyBox, it first executes
init which looks for the specified runlevel in
init works just fine without
/etc/inittab. When no
inittab is found it has the following behavior:
Having been directed to initramfs by an answer to my earlier question (thanks!), I’ve been working on getting initramfs working. I can now boot the kernel and drop to a shell prompt, where I can execute busybox commands, which is awesome.