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26. Monitoring Child Processes

Chapter 26. Monitoring Child Processes

In many application designs, a parent process needs to know when one of its child processes changes state—when the child terminates or is stopped by a signal. This chapter describes two techniques used to monitor child processes: the wait() system call (and its variants) and the use of the SIGCHLD signal.


  

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