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comp.os.qnx - 6 posts - 3 authors - Last post: Aug 12, 2004The documentation appears to indicate that the wait() functions work across ... The
"zombie" problem is that remotely spawned processes are children of io-net.
comp.databases.sybase - 2 posts - 2 authors - Last post: Mar 23, 1995The following is an example (using the posix interface to wait) showing how to do this: #include
<stdio.h> #include <signal.h> #include <sys/types.h> #include ...
alt.os.linux.slackware - 2 posts - 2 authors - Last post: Sep 1, 2012Until the parent process has called wait(&status) the child process
data will be kept as an undead zombie process. When a process that has
child processes dies ...
alt.uu.comp.os.linux.questions - 2 posts - 2 authors - Last post: Nov 15, 1998The zombie former-process remains in the process table
(even though not running) until the parent process calls wait()
or ends, to enable the parent process to ...
comp.unix.unixware.misc - 6 posts - 5 authors - Last post: Jul 22, 1996(409)294-3547 If its your program, you must do a wait(2) on the
processes that you spawn or the zombies will hang around. -jeff
linux.dev.kernel - 14 posts - 4 authors - Last post: Jun 7, 1996If the calling process subsequently waits for its children, and the process has no ... into zombie
processes, it will block until all of its children terminate, and wait(), ...
comp.os.linux.admin - 8 posts - 7 authors - Last post: May 5, 1994A zombie process is one that has terminated, but its parent has not
wait()ed for it yet. The kernel releases all all the resources being
used by a zombie process ...
borland.public.kylix.linuxapi - 4 posts - 3 authors - Last post: Jan 11, 2003I can kill this zombie process from the parent process with "waitpid(ProcID, nil, ...
from the dead child, which the parent does by calling one of the wait functions.
mpc.lists.freebsd.questions - 6 posts - 3 authors - Last post: May 27, 1998... lists freebsd questions Doug White wrote: Fix the offending program that zombie-ing
. Add a wait() call just before it exits to reap the children. _exit(2) does this.
comp.unix.internals - 7 posts - 5 authors - Last post: May 9, 1997AS i understand a zombie process is created when the parent does not wait on the process,
to completion using (wait,waitid etc). Now the zombie process will ...