[Twisted-Python] Capturing a web-server shutdown signal?

Sergio Trejo serj_trejo at hotmail.com
Sat Jul 31 11:13:23 EDT 2004

When a Twisted web server is killed, I'd like to somehow get a signal from 
the server that its going down and clean up some objects (I.e., a PB Client 
instance -- need to log it out of the PB Server on shutdown) that I've 
persisted in the web server's registry. Has anyone done this before? Any 
suggestions besides perhaps usng the shutdown script to instantiate an HTTP 
client which fires a URL to the server which acts as a trigger to handle the 
registry cleanup?



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