Subject: Re: SIGPWR description translation
To: None <>
From: Michael C. Richardson <>
List: tech-userlevel
Date: 01/23/2000 17:25:14
  My understand of the way that it worked in things like DG/Aviions
and some 3B2s was that it signaled that a powerfailure *had* occured, the
processes have be restarted from the last checkpoint, and that any network or
other "ephereral" connections needed to be recreated.
  SIGPWR was *post-ressurection"

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