Subject: Re: [9front] recent upas/runq change
Date: Sat, 25 Mar 2023 22:01:30 -0400 [thread overview]
Message-ID: <420FE028B13E6CBE5023CDC3C87FC2CE@eigenstate.org> (raw)
Quoth Anthony Martin <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Doesn't forking without RFNOWAIT interfere with the job handling
> mechanism in rundir? The new call to waitpid can consume the
> waitmsg from an unrelated proc and return before the send in
> returnmail finishes.
> I haven't run this new code, only read it. Am I missing something?
I think you're right; I was the one that removed the RFNOWAIT
in the first place, in 49d7ca8d92e5667f3e5ece4c6acbc1064701e2f8
I'll revert for now.
It'd be really handy to have a `waitfor(pid)` function.
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2023-03-26 0:57 Anthony Martin
2023-03-26 2:01 ` ori [this message]
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