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    Subject2.4 kernel: sigsuspend response to simultaneously received signals
    Hi,
    I have a question regarding the behavior of sigsuspend() sys call when
    it receives more than one signals from its signal set simultaneously.

    It is known that sigsuspend returns only after the signal catching
    function returns. So if sigsuspend receives more than one signals at the
    same time, would it return after "both" handlers return or after the
    first handler returns ?

    Any help on this would be more than appreciated,
    Thanks,
    Shvetima.

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    www.eternal-systems.com


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