Mikhail Teterin wrote:
> > 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.
> That's interesting... I can modify it  a bit, to round the percentage to
> fit the %d if called as a signal handler. Thanks. Anything else?

If setproctitle() calls malloc/strsave/etc., it is not safe
to call in a signal handler.

I'm not saying it does, I'm saying I haven't looked at the
code in libc for the function, and you should, before using
it in a signal handler...

-- Terry

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