We noticed that the Shark PID files are not stored under /var/run , but in
/tmp which causes problems with shark servers that die every once in a
while once a cronjob cleans up those folders.
The easiest way of course is for us to update the cron script and update
shark, however I think the real solution would be to modify the default
behavior of shark. As it is now using a file in a temporary folder, which
should not make the application crash once it is being removed.
What do you think?
Chief Data Architect
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