General :: Child Process Can't Print Strings After Call Signal_handler?

Nov 2, 2010

I'm studying about signal in Linux Kernel and I got a problem about signal handler and output buffer.

I just want to know about stdout buffer related parent process and child process.

The problem is - parent process received SIGINT signal_handler that I implement is called. And after signal_handler is called, it print string "pid : xxx state : RUNNING" ... but after end of signal_handler function, child process might be print string but it isn't print at all.

I'm not asking right code, but I want to know why is this happened and concepts about signal handler, buffer - between parent process and child process.

here is a code signal_handler:

Quote:

void TC3_handler()
{
pid_t pid;
ProcState ps;
pid = GetProcessId();

[Code]....

chlid process counts number in infinite loop, but after call signal_handler, it can't print at all.. just waiting for SIGINT..

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I am troubleshooting something and I got this problem.

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It shows,

Code:

[code]....

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Code:

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0 S whho 7833 7759 0 80 0 - 751 - 11:21 pts/3 00:00:00 grep soffi

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Code:

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[code]....

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[code]....

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[code]....

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Code:

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[code].....

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