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Topic review - Implementing dump(), getdump() with modStd()
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  Post subject:  Implementing dump(), getdump() with modStd()  Reply with quote
If you are running modStd(), how can you tell the program to dump() the state once a day, and then getdump()? Ideally getdump() is best only if the program crashed, but it's fine every time that it dump() runs. Also, there is Linux SIGKILL, SIGTERM, SIGINT. Can they be used for dump(), getdump() ?
Post Posted: Thu Mar 16, 2017 4:16 pm

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