[Spread-users] Re: [Wackamole-users] restarting automaticaly the Wackamole service
yairamir at cnds.jhu.edu
Fri May 31 15:37:58 EDT 2002
I really am not sure what the problem is.
I run Spread and immediately I run a client program (sptuser) that
connects and joins a group.
Spread takes a few seconds to complete the membership, but once it
does, the client gets a response for the join. Is your case different?
In general, forking, setsid, etc. are things I would usually avoid if not
necessary in order to keep the code simple and portable to any kind of
environment (not only unix).
Theo> A really neat feature for Spread would be to have it setsid and fork
Theo> only after it drops in to state 1, gstate 1. This way, any services
Theo> could be started at boot after spread is started and will be sure it is
Theo> up and connectable.
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