Looking into one python project which is created to setup one very large remote cluster for enterprise (currently no resume/idempotent capability is supported).
While running python script if at any point shell/ssh command hangs I want to run that command manually and after successful completion I want to kill hanged child process. Parent process will continue only if it get successful response code from child (can not edit python script code).
import subprocess try: response = subprocess.run(["sleep 300;"], shell=True) print('return code: ' + str(response.returncode)) response.check_returncode() print('Command completed successfully.') except Exception as e: print('Error occoured: ' + str(e))
% ps -ef | grep sleep 501 6904 6719 0 11:45AM ttys006 0:00.03 email@example.com/.../Python bash_sleep.py 501 6905 6904 0 11:45AM ttys006 0:00.00 sleep 300 % kill -15 6905
% python3 bash_sleep.py return code: -15 Error occoured: Command '['sleep 300;']' died with <Signals.SIGTERM: 15>.
Is there any way I can kill child shell process but send 0 response code to python process?