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SubjectRe: Linux application level timers?
On Wed, 22 Jan 2003, Tom Sanders wrote:

> I'm writing an application server which receives
> requests from other applications. For each request
> received, I want to start a timer so that I can fail
> the application request if it could not be completed
> in max specified time.
>
> Which Linux timer facility can be used for this?
>
> I have checked out alarm() and signal() system calls,
> but these calls doesn't take an argument, so its not
> possible to associate application request with the
> matured alarm.
>
> Any inputs?

Write a timer funtion internal to your application that checks an
internal list of deadlines and when it gets the signal just check the
internal list to see what timer has gone off and set alarm() to the next
item.

If you want example code write me off list.

Gerhard

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<>< As a computer I find your faith in technology amusing.

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