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SubjectRe: [RFC][PATCH 11/11] signal: Ignore all but multi-process signals that come in during fork.
Oleg Nesterov <oleg@redhat.com> writes:

> That is why I tried to sugest another approach. copy_process() should always fail
> if signal_pending() == T, just the "real" signal should not disturb the forking
> thread unless the signal is fatal or multi-process.

I understand now why you are suggesting another approach. There are lot
of cases that could be affected by the removal of
"if (signal_pending()) return restart_syscall();" in copy_process.

I just shiver at the thought of leaving the code that way. That is just
leaving a mess for later and the signal handling code already has way
too many of those.

So I am going to try and work through all of the cases.

I might even implement queueing shared signals for after the fork. As
it is looking increasingly less difficult.

Eric
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