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SubjectRe: is reparent_to_init a good thing to do?
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On Wednesday 10 October 2001 09:02, BALBIR SINGH wrote:
> Balbir Singh wrote:
> > Rob Landley wrote:
> >> Or long lived kernel threads from short lived login sessions.
...
> Ooh! sorry this is a wrong approach to send SIGCHLD to the previous parent.
> AFAIK, all shells send their children SIGHUP when the shell exits, but SSH
> may have some special security consideration in waiting for all children to
> exit, does anyone know?
>
> Balbir

The problem I mentioned above was the reason "reparent_to_init" was created
in the first place. Here it is in the archive:

http://www.uwsg.iu.edu/hypermail/linux/kernel/0105.0/0045.html

I.E. already fixed...

Google could probably find Jimmy Hoffa given half a chance... (If we could
just figure out how to connect it up to maps.yahoo.com...)

Rob
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