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comp.lang.perl - 5 posts - 4 authors - Last post: Jan 9, 1995UCSC.EDU> wrote: In article <3esi53$...@Starbase.NeoSoft.COM>,
w...@Starbase.NeoSoft.COM (Will Morse) writes: ) somewhere there should be a
comp.lang.c - 13 posts - 8 authors - Last post: Jan 24, 1991If he didn't wait until a signal came in, the parent process would stop until the ... if
you are just trying to get rid of left-over child processes "zombie processes", just
comp.windows.x.i386unix - 2 posts - 2 authors - Last post: Apr 19, 1994Zombie processes occur whenever a process forks off a child, the child dies, and the parent
doesn't do a wait() or waitpid() function call. Zombie entries in the ...
biz.pagesat - 5 posts - 4 authors - Last post: Dec 27, 1994When we do "ps -e" I see a LOT of satfeed "zombie" processes. Is this normal?
This sounds like a classic situation of forking children without ever doing a 'wait()'
uk.comp.os.linux - 3 posts - 2 authors - Last post: Aug 31, 2000From the perlfunc(1p) manpage: If you fork() without ever waiting on
your children, you will accumulate zombies. On some systems, you can
avoid this by setting ...
comp.os.linux.development.system - 9 posts - 8 authors - Last post: Nov 12, 1996Could I create zombie processes with the functions described above?
... Yes.. one of them can do disk i/o whil the other is waiting
for the user's response.
comp.sys.sgi.misc - 15 posts - 8 authors - Last post: Sep 7, 1999Zombie processes are marked as <defunct> in ps listings. ... Processes waiting at
very high priorities can not be killed because the signal is first posted to the ...
comp.os.linux - 8 posts - 6 authors - Last post: Jan 6, 1993To find out the exit status, the parent process must do some sort of
wait() system call, after which that ... If the parent fails to
do this, you have zombie processes.
mpc.lists.freebsd.questions - 2 posts - 2 authors - Last post: Feb 17, 1998It hangs like "zombie" process until parent process exits. ... If you want to reap
children, add a signal handler for SIGCHLD to call wait(). Doug White | University ...
comp.lang.tcl - 3 posts - 3 authors - Last post: Nov 3, 1999You have a classical Unix process programming problem, in which
zombies are created when a child process exits, but the parent
is not waiting on the child.