Mikhail Teterin wrote:
> On 1 Sep, Jeroen Ruigrok/Asmodai wrote:
> > -On [20010901 19:00], Mikhail Teterin ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> >>79240 ?? S 0:06,85 dump: /dev/da0h(0): 92.44% done, finished
> >>in 0:43 (dump)
> > Looks nice. Would definately be an improvement.
> > I would like it. How often does it update the proctitle?
> Whenever it outputs a line to the stderr -- I personally find no
> regularity in that :(. SIGINFO handling is a different thing, though.
> I'll look at that too. Thanks,
It would be nice to have in a SIGINFO handler as well, but
since your application is dump run by Amanda as a background
process, a SIGINFO is not very useful, unless it was being
suggested that the setproctitle() be called from a SIGINFO
I'm pretty sure that this would not be a valid thing to do;
SIGINFO itself is also problematic, since if you redirect
output to a file, etc., you'd really need to call fflush()
in the signal handler, which is not supposed to be done, as
it is not one of the permitted calls.
Also, printf() allocates memory for floating point, so if
that percentage is a floating point calculation, then you
are in double trouble, since you are not allowed to call
malloc() in a signal handler.
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