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Re: wait unblocks before signals processed

From: Elliott Forney
Subject: Re: wait unblocks before signals processed
Date: Tue, 6 Nov 2012 14:21:27 -0700

Thanks!  If you run the sample script below you will see that the
development branch of bash occasionally crashes with an Aborted..
message too.

Do you have an opinion on having a variant of wait, say "wait -", that
will simply wait for any job to complete and return it's exit status?
I know that you probably have to be selective about what features you
spend time on but I would be curious what you think about the idea.
This feature would make it simple to solve these naive parallelization
problems without signals and traps.



function dummy
  usleep $RANDOM

set -m
trap ': $(( ++count ))' CHLD

for i in {1..1000}
  dummy $i &


echo $count

Elliott Forney

On Tue, Nov 6, 2012 at 11:30 AM, Chet Ramey <address@hidden> wrote:
> On 11/5/12 11:34 PM, Elliott Forney wrote:
>> Sorry, I should look before posting.  I cloned the latest devel branch
>> of bash and now I see the following occasionally but it may still be a
>> work in progress.
>> $ ./trap_race
>> 4.2.37(3)-maint
>> register_alloc: 0x9779a8 already in table as allocated?
>> register_alloc: 0x979378 already in table as allocated?
>> 100
> That is a message from the debugging malloc that gets compiled in when
> you run a development build.  It is unrelated to any of the trap/wait
> changes, though it may indicate a possible memory leak.
> Chet
> --
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