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ZOMBIE LAB KILL ALL SCRIPT
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When I kick off a python script from within another python script using the subprocess module, a zombie process is created when the subprocess "completes". I am unable to kill this subprocess unless I kill my parent python process.
A zombie process is not a real process; it's just a remaining entry in the process table until the parent process requests the child's return code. The actual process has ended and requires no other resources but said process table entry.
The python runtime takes responsibility for getting rid of zombie process once their process objects have been garbage collected. If you see the zombie lying around it means you have kept a process object and not called wait, poll or terminate on it.
I'm not sure what you mean "I need to run my script with no_wait()", but I think this example does what you need. Processes will not be zombies for very long. The parent process will only wait() on them when they are actually already terminated and thus they will quickly unzombify.
Recently, I came across this zombie problem due to my python script. The actual problem was mainly due to killing of the subprocess and the parent process doesn't know that the child is dead. So what I did was, just adding popen.communicate() after the kill signal of child process so that the parent process comes to know that the child is dead, then the kernel updates the pid of the childprocess since the child is no more and so there is no zombies formed now.
When you don't need to wait for any subprocesses you spawned, the simplest solution to prevent zombie processes is to call signal(SIGCHLD, SIG_IGN); during initialization. Then, terminated subprocesses are deleted immediately. This setting applies to the whole process, so you can only use it if there isn't any child you need to wait for.
The "George A. Romero script" was a 1998 pitch for what became the 2002 Resident Evil film. Half a dozen drafts were produced, with one leaked online dated at 7 October 1998. The film was an ambitious, gory film very loosely based on the 1996 Resident Evil video game, though a resulting argument over the violent content led to it being scrapped by Constantin. Following a failed pitch by Urban Legend director Jamie Blanks, Constantin collaborated with Impact Pictures, who were in pre-production of their own zombie horror film; the resulting agreement led to Paul W.S. Anderson's film "The Undead" becoming the filmed version of Resident Evil.
Although the script was well liked by Kulzer, production was halted on orders from Eichinger, who opposed to the extreme content in Romero's script. Scenes calling for people's faces to be melted by acid and violently decapitated risked an NC-17 or X-rating in the United States, and an FSK-18 in Germany. From a business standpoint, the film was deemed unprofitable for both Germany and any prospective American investor, and revisions to tone down or remove the violence was demanded. This led to a stand-off between Eichinger and Romero, who had developed a reputation for his uncompromising attitude to filmmaking, and by 1999 the script was dropped and he himself fired as director. Romero would later describe in interviews the personal insult of the ordeal; having been the victim of ghosting, he only learnt he had been fired when asked by fans who were following production news online. In the words of Romero, he felt Eichinger "wanted something prestigious" instead of a video game adaptation.
Later in the morning, news filters over to the Army about the outbreak, and Col. Albert Wesker, CO of their S.T.A.R.S. special operations team, begins preparations for a rescue operation. As S.T.A.R.S. is based 500 miles away from the lab, the four soldiers of Bravo Team have been undercover in Raccoon City for the past six months as a first response team. Among these are DiSimone, Russo, Williams and Jill Valentine herself as team leader. Jill puts on her uniform and rushes out to meet with the team, deciding not to warn Chris of the situation. Bravo Team drives out into Arkley Forest and reaches the Arkley Mansion, the surface façade of the laboratory. Before they can get inside, however they are attacked by the guard dogs and all but Jill are killed. With one of the dogs swallowing a tracking beacon, Wesker orders the entire city be evacuated while his own Alpha Team takes on Jill's responsibilities.
Chris arrives at the mansion just as Alpha Team arrives, watching through the bushes as they recover Jill's bloody dog-tags. The dogs return to attack Alpha Team, with them losing Joseph Frost and almost Wesker himself. Chris is almost exposed, but takes the opportunity to sneak in through a tunnel to spy on them. Alpha Team enters the mansion, where Wesker explains their mission: they will be entering an underground laboratory complex to rescue Marcus and any other surviving researchers. Wesker splits the team up to search the mansion. His own team finds the body of a man recently killed by Jill in a corridor, though Barry is confused by his necrotic flesh which suggests he were dead far longer than his wounds suggest.
Meanwhile, Ridley disobeys orders and checks out the kitchen, where the tunnel Chris entered leads. The kitchen is decorated with plant-themed wallpaper, but Chris notices that real vines are growing out from somewhere which begin rubbing against him. Ridley is distracted by Chris' attempts to break free of the vines and is mauled by a Zombie security guard, which Chris kills with his Winchester. Rebecca comes in to investigate and spots Chris, who jumps down through a laundry shoot. As other team members arrive, they find the vines trying to drag Ridley away, but when Aiken intervenes they retreat down to a hole.
After jumping down a shoot, Chris is now making his way through a crawl-space used for ventilation; looking down through an opening he finds himself in an animal testing lab in complete disarray. Spotting a man writing on a notepad, Chris calls out to him only to find he has no face and has rotten away, with only a single eye remaining, barely attached. At this moment the STARS team enters the lab and kill the deformed zombie. Chris spots a second Zombie crawling on the floor, headed for Speyer's legs, but when he calls out to them he is mistaken for an attacker and is almost shot by Vickers.
With the vent broken by the gunfire, Chris tries to escape into the next room, falling into an aquarium. The aquarium is populated by six deformed sharks, which Chris tries to scare away with his Winchester; one is superficially injured . He turns around to blast a whole in the aquarium instead, and finds Jill on the other side, having rushed into the room to catch their apparent attacker. The two find the glass is reinforced, but Jill eventually breaks the glass with M-16 fire, and the sharks are killed by the STARS team as the water drains away. The facility's automated systems sound into action, sealing the team in the lab and preventing travel between floors to prevent an outbreak. The attention shifts now to Chris Redfield, who explains he used to play in this mansion as a child and the laboratory was at one point a laundry room. He and Jill argue over their apparently fake relationship, which ultimately saves his life as the summary execution of the trespasser would collapse morale.
Believing the Zombies may be capable of rational thought, Chris becomes distressed at the possibility of them climbing into the vent after them. He jumps down with his Winchester intent on killing the Zombies, but is unable to shoot them, forcing Jill to jump down and cover him, killing two in the process. Pushing the desk away to prevent the zombies from following, they are no longer able to get back up. As the strongest in the team, Barry drops down and physically lifts Jill and Chris up towards the vent where they can be dragged in. As he makes his own attempt to jump for the vent, Barry is grabbed by a Zombie who rips his trousers but fails to maul him as he makes his way into the vent safely.
The team makes their way into the Systems Center, where the facility draws its power from. The room drowns in darkness, forcing the team to rely on the beams of their flashlights. The facility is defended by an elaborate laser grid, which does not appear to be harmful at first. As they make their way through, they are distracted by sounds of machinery. Marini is attacked by a Zombie, who mutilates his face. As he screams in pain, he inadvertently trips the security grid and a jet of highly-acidic steam shoots at him. Marini dies in agony as he is dissolved by the acid. As his body falls, it trips off another laser, which causes minor injury to the team, though a Zombie is killed setting off another. Inspired by Sullivan, the team begins dismantling an air duct to escape the room; although the team is effective against the zombies that continue to enter the room, it is too dangerous to remain. Chris is grabbed by a dying zombie, which melts before his eyes with the flesh of its arm boiling away, and is saved by Jill when the acid cooks his Winchester. Wesker is attacked by a Zombie which results in his detonator is almost destroyed.
With the air vent snapping, Chris, Rebecca, Aiken and Sullivan fall into an arboretum, where the plant test subjects were being housed prior to the disaster, including Plant 42. Wesker orders the others - Jill, Speyer, Barry, Vickers and Rodriguez - not to intervene and reasons that if the room is dangerous then they cannot be saved, and should the room be harmless then they will rescue them later. Realising the threat that the plant imposes, Chris' group try to avoid its moving vines and pistils, but Sullivan is soon held in place with his blood is sucked out of his body. Pulling out the cables, Chris tosses them into pool of water Plant 42 drinks from, which gives it an electric shock. Angry at his friend's death, Aiken takes out his knife and swings at the plant, but soon finds himself to be slicing a giant copperhead which was resting underneath. The snake reacts to the wound by turning to bite back, crushing Aiken's ribs before swallowing him whole. With a rope, Chris makes a lasso and uses a ceiling beam, hangs the snake's head up to prevent it moving further. Seeing Aiken is still alive trapped inside the snake, he picks up his discarded knife and begins carving a hole on the snake's body. Aiken is badly wounded and suffers collapsed ribs and acid burns. He begs to be killed to end his pain. The snake meanwhile escapes the rope and sets its attention to Chris, who pulls the pins on Aiken's grenades with the explosion ensure both of their deaths. 041b061a72