> > For SIGKILL, my gdb reports "Program terminated with signal SIGKILL, Killed." and there is no stack
> > trace. Is this what you see?
> Yes, that is exactly what I remember seeing.
Where would a SIGKILL come from?!?
Look in the syslog (/var/log/messages). If the program was killed by the linux kernel, it would be logged there,
the usual cause is the machine runs out of memory and programs are killed by the OOM killer, this is logged
into the syslog, always.
MIDAS also can issue a SIGKILL sometimes, again this is always logged in midas.log. see src/midas.c, search for SIGKILL to see
the exact messages printed before it is sent out.