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Re^2: Killing the child process is not working

by srlbharu (Acolyte)
on Mar 20, 2013 at 08:02 UTC ( #1024469=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Killing the child process is not working
in thread Killing the child process is not working

Yes I agree, But I know only one way to create the child to run it parallel to parent in perl 5.6 using fork

Trying to upgrade the perl version leads to lot of compatibility issues so that I stopped my trails to upgrade

Here I am getting the error: "Attemt to free uneferenced scalar" with perl 5.6 while exiting the child process and then terminating the parent process also. Hence I keep the child in infinite loop and once the parent is going to be completed I want to kill the child by sending signal like CTRL+C

I tried the ways like die, exit, Win32::Process::Killprocess and kill 9,$pid; to kill the child no use


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Re^3: Killing the child process is not working
by BrowserUk (Pope) on Mar 20, 2013 at 08:12 UTC
    But I know only one way to create the child to run it parallel to parent in perl 5.6 using fork

    If all you want it to run an asynchronous process, try my $childPid = system 1, q[theCommand and args];.

    But don;t expect much help if you run into problems. On 5.6, you are on your own. Noone wants to be bothered trying to re-debug code that has long since been fixed.


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      The system 1, $cmd does not work.

      Can you please let me know how to get the child process id in the Child code? If I know that I will try to send the SIG{INT} interrupt, because manual CTRL-C gets me into the interrupt handler for $SIG{INT} and program execution stops

        The system 1, $cmd does not work.

        Define?

        Can you please let me know how to get the child process id in the Child code?

        I already did. Read fork


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