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As a workaround, please add a signal handler to catch SIGTERM and call exit(0) in the handler.
void sig_hdl(int sig)
If you already have a handler for this signal, please add a call to exit() at the end of the handler if possible.
We already have a handler for this signal and are calling exit with a different exit status than 0, would that cause the problem?
We found out that this was happening for two reasons:
1. Our application was terminating abnormally and not writing any output.
2. The output was going to an unexpected directory. We used the -d option to specify the directory for the output.