So, I tried running my script on Linux Platform (Ubuntu based Distro) and the script ran completely without being killed in between. This is a new concept for me, thanks again :)
One question though. When a child process is spawned by the Parent Process, do they run on different cores of a processor or the same?
For instance, if I set, MAX_CHILDREN to 3, so 3 children run together, do they run on the same core of the processor? :)
Because, I have a quad core machine, so wanted to know if increasing the value of the MAX_CHILDREN setting will help in achieving a better speed?
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