I have a simple server running in node.js using connect:
var server = require('connect').createServer();
EADDRINUSE, Address already in use
ctr + z
process.on('exit', ..) isn't called if the process crashes or is killed. It is only called when the event loop ends, and since
server.close() sort of ends the event loop (it still has to wait for currently running stacks here and there) it makes no sense to put that inside the exit event...
On crash, do
process.on('uncaughtException', ..) and on kill do
That being said, SIGTERM (default kill signal) lets the app clean up, while SIGKILL (immediate termination) won't let the app do anything.