fork: Resource temporarily unavailable errors after upgrading cygwin packages
Wed Feb 12 07:50:00 GMT 2020
On Feb 12 11:24, Takashi Yano wrote:
> On Tue, 11 Feb 2020 22:31:12 +0100
> Peter Dons Tychsen wrote:
> > On Tue, 2020-02-11 at 22:16 +0900, Takashi Yano wrote:
> > > however, I found the real cause is that errno is accidentally set
> > > by kill() in pty system calls. That is, the problem is not in the
> > > kill() itself but in usage of it. Cygwin older than 3.1.0 does not
> > > have these code in pty.
> > OK, is there a fix for that or is that the fix you already pushed? And
> > what is wrong with the usage of kill(). How can kill() be used
> > incorrectly?
> POSIX system calls set global variable errno to appropriate
> value when the system calls fail.
> My failure in pty code was that I used kill() in pty system
> calls. kill() can be used check if the process is still alive
> by passing signal number of 0 to the second argument. It returns
> -1 if the process already exited. However, in this case errno
> is set to ESRCH. As a result, the errno value which pty system
> call set is accidentally overwritten by kill().
> The patch was already accepted and pushed to git repository.
> I hope cygwin 3.1.3 which applied this patch will be released
For a first test, please try the latest developer snapshot on
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