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Nov
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awarded  Yearling
Aug
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accepted exec < filename - what does this do?
Aug
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comment exec < filename - what does this do?
so as there is actually no need to modify the file or its descriptors, its essentially a null operation ?
Aug
29
asked exec < filename - what does this do?
May
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comment Size of data that can be written to / read from sockets
Thanks, this is what i was looking for.
May
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accepted Size of data that can be written to / read from sockets
May
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revised Size of data that can be written to / read from sockets
edited body
May
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awarded  Editor
May
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May
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revised Size of data that can be written to / read from sockets
Clarification of socket type
May
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comment Size of data that can be written to / read from sockets
Stream Sockets Actually - Although i didnt know there would be a difference.
May
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asked Size of data that can be written to / read from sockets
May
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accepted Nice and child processes
May
4
comment Nice and child processes
Thank you, things work nicely now :)
May
4
comment Nice and child processes
@jw013 - For clarity, I am scripting, using & to spawn child processes, not using c & fork.
May
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asked Nice and child processes
Apr
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accepted Logfiles for non terminating processes
Apr
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comment Logfiles for non terminating processes
Thanks, It is the correct answer according to my Question. Ill probably use this for System (group of processes) level logging as it wont be a problem to have all of them in a log, but leave process specific logs for another mechanism.
Apr
11
comment Logfiles for non terminating processes
This looks like the best approach, however if i understand the manpages correctly, am i limited to 8 LOG_LOCAL logs ? (In cas i want to run more than 8 processes using this logging feature!)