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Re: where are fsck return values documented?
On Feb 25, 4:13pm, lukem%NetBSD.org@localhost (Luke Mewburn) wrote:
-- Subject: Re: where are fsck return values documented?
| On Sat, Feb 23, 2008 at 08:43:33PM +0000, Christos Zoulas wrote:
| | In article <Pine.NEB.4.64.0802231040260.19597%tx.reedmedia.net@localhost>,
| | Jeremy C. Reed <reed%reedmedia.net@localhost> wrote:
| | >And where does 130 come from?
| | >
| | 128 + 2 [SIGNALLED + SIGINT], should not really be there, but fsck_msdos
| | does not catch signals :-( Someone should fix it :-)
| Is it worth converting fsck(8) and fsck_*(8) to correctly
| re-raise the default handler for SIGINT, as per
I am not sure if it is worth it, but if tested yes because this will
give us the proper signal number, not just 12.
| I'm not sure how to detect that an application exited
| with a signal from sh(1).
It depends on the trap status, if we are ignoring it, we can look
at the status code and it will be 128 + signum, right?
| (I've converted various tools in the tree to using
| raise_default_signal(3) (in libutil) so that they have
| the signal behaviour as described in the URL above.)
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