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    SubjectRe: PID Wrap <strangeness>
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    Mathijs Mohlmann <mathijs@knoware.nl> writes:

    |> "Richard B. Johnson" wrote:
    |> > A hard-coded number of 300 is an eye-opener.
    |>
    |> I'm starting to think, that 300 isn't even low enough. My redhat sysinit
    |> scripts use so many pids, that my first daemon has pid 340. 600 would be
    |> a saner value on my system.

    And when you restart a daemon then it can get _any_ random pid. This
    ain't gonna work in general.

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