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Re: [tlug] Bash question

>>> What is the hypervisor and hostOS? Most probably it is to blame.

When you press ctrl-c, "^C" appears in the shell but does not stop the

Doesn't that narrow the problem down to somewhere between bash and the
program that won't stop? If the problem was higher up, the "^C" wouldn't


>> Good question :=)
> Asking the right questions is the faster way to get the right answers :-D
>> The hypervisor is some VMware product (vCenter?), and
>> honestly I'm not sure what the host OS is. Could be Win or Linux -- it's
>> a service offered by university ITS. But I have three other servers in
>> the same situation, and none of them have this problem. The frustrating
>> detail is that the VM with the ^C problem is the only one running RHEL7,
>> while the other three all run RHEL6. I feel like that difference must be
>> the key to the solution...
> May be RH did some weird patch?
> OR VMware detects guest OS (or it is configured during install) and
> behaves differently?
> You may be out of luck, it is an old PITA issue apparently.
> A quick search turned out this thread that might be helpful:
> See around
> Cheers,
> Kalin.

Darren Cook, Software Researcher/Developer

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