* Nicolas Guilhot ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [Dec 28. 2001 10:00]:

> I was thinking about this solution, but what can I do if the script ends
> prematurely. The file will never be deleted ??

It's a nasty hack, but you chould run a separate shell script to 
check for the existance of the running script, then call the script 
if it's not running.

something like (/bin/sh):

PID=`ps aux | grep [program] | grep -v grep | awk {'print $2'}` 

Replace [program] with the program name.

That'll get you the PID if the script is already running. You can kill
it, or just exit instead, for example. That's one way..

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