Task #1349

Updated by Sebastien Jacquot over 4 years ago

[WIP]

This issue is dedicated to validate the methods used to kill R and CQP processes process in case of TXM crash.
These current methods are different according the OS and the OS version.
It has been reported that the killing processes process doesn't work on Windows version > XP, need to check this point.

h3. Validation tests

* start TXM on Windows, please provide the version of the OS, behaviors are different between Windows XP and Windows 7/8
* use CQP in server mode by checking "Use network protocol" in "Tools\Parameters\TXM\Advanced\Corpus Engine"
* restart TXM
* open a task manager
=> check you have only 1 process named "Rserve.exe" and only 1 process named "cqpserver.exe"
* kill the process named "TXM.exe"
* restart TXM
* open a task manager
=> check there are no errors in console log
=> check you have only 1 process named "Rserve.exe" and only 1 process named "cqpserver.exe"

* start TXM on Linux
* use CQP in server mode by checking "Use network protocol" in "Tools\Parameters\TXM\Advanced\Corpus Engine"
* restart TXM
* open a task manager
=> check you have only 1 process named "?????" and only 1 process named "?????"
* kill the process named "TXM"
* restart TXM
* open a task manager
=> check there are no errors in console log
=> check you have only 1 process named "?????" and only 1 process named "??????"

* start TXM on Mac
* use CQP in server mode by checking "Use network protocol" in "Tools\Parameters\TXM\Advanced\Corpus Engine"
* restart TXM
* open a task manager
=> check you have only 1 process named "?????" and only 1 process named "?????"
* kill the process named "TXM"
* restart TXM
* open a task manager
=> check there are no errors in console log
=> check you have only 1 process named "?????" and only 1 process named "??????"

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