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SubjectRe: Scheduler: SIGSTOP on multi threaded processes
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"Richard B. Johnson" <linux-os@analogic.com> writes:

> I don't think the kernel handler gets a chance to do anything
> because SYS-V init installs its own handler(s).

It's impossible to install a handler for SIGSTOP.

> There are comments about Linux misbehavior in the code. It turns out
> that I was right about SIGSTOP and SIGCONT...

No, you are wrong. SIGTSTP != SIGSTOP.

Andreas.

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