[Computer-go] Zombie processes
remi.coulom at free.fr
Mon Oct 27 03:29:08 PDT 2014
The problem is I was using Windows, and I am not very familiar with that
system. In Linux, the child would have died automatically.
On 27/10/2014 10:08, Petr Baudis wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 26, 2014 at 10:30:10AM +0000, Nick Wedd wrote:
>> I wonder how practicable it would be for a bot, on startup, to search
>> for other copies of itself running, and issue a warning if it finds any.
> I think it would be much easier in practice if the program made sure
> it does not keep running when its parent process (kgsGtp) dies. This
> can happen in multiple ways - either by doing this explicitly,
> has a couple of ideas, but even a much more elegant way is simply not
> overriding SIGPIPE. Then your process will get that signal when trying
> to reply to a deceased kgsGtp and die automatically.
> I suspect these problems stem from disabling SIGPIPE which really
> shouldn't be necessary for anything in this context anyway.
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