Commit bb5f74ee authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert

Don't let call-process be a zombie factory.

Fixing this bug required some cleanup of the signal-handling code.
As a side effect, this change also fixes a longstanding rare race
condition whereby Emacs could mistakenly kill unrelated processes,
and it fixes a bug where a second C-g does not kill a recalcitrant
synchronous process in GNU/Linux and similar platforms.
The patch should also fix the last vestiges of Bug#9488,
a bug which has mostly been fixed on the trunk by other changes.
* callproc.c, process.h (synch_process_alive, synch_process_death)
(synch_process_termsig, sync_process_retcode):
Remove.  All uses removed, to simplify analysis and so that
less consing is done inside critical sections.
* callproc.c (call_process_exited): Remove.  All uses replaced
with !synch_process_pid.
* callproc.c (synch_process_pid, synch_process_fd): New static vars.
These take the role of what used to be in unwind-protect arg.
All uses changed.
(block_child_signal, unblock_child_signal):
New functions, to avoid races that could kill innocent-victim processes.
(call_process_kill, call_process_cleanup, Fcall_process): Use them.
(call_process_kill): Record killed processes as deleted, so that
zombies do not clutter up the system.  Do this inside a critical
section, to avoid a race that would allow the clutter.
(call_process_cleanup): Fix code so that the second C-g works again
on common platforms such as GNU/Linux.
(Fcall_process): Create the child process in a critical section,
to fix a race condition.  If creating an asynchronous process,
record it as deleted so that zombies do not clutter up the system.
Do unwind-protect for WINDOWSNT too, as that's simpler in the
light of these changes.  Omit unnecessary call to emacs_close
before failure, as the unwind-protect code does that.
* callproc.c (call_process_cleanup):
* w32proc.c (waitpid): Simplify now that synch_process_alive is gone.
* process.c (record_deleted_pid): New function, containing
code refactored out of Fdelete_process.
(Fdelete_process): Use it.
(process_status_retrieved): Remove.  All callers changed to use
child_status_change.
(record_child_status_change): Remove, folding its contents into ...
(handle_child_signal): ... this signal handler.  Now, this
function is purely a handler for SIGCHLD, and is not called after
a synchronous waitpid returns; the synchronous code is moved to
wait_for_termination.  There is no need to worry about reaping
more than one child now.
* sysdep.c (get_child_status, child_status_changed): New functions.
(wait_for_termination): Now takes int * status and bool
interruptible arguments, too.  Do not record child status change;
that's now the caller's responsibility.  All callers changed.
Reimplement in terms of get_child_status.
(wait_for_termination_1, interruptible_wait_for_termination):
Remove.  All callers changed to use wait_for_termination.
* syswait.h: Include <stdbool.h>, for bool.
(record_child_status_change, interruptible_wait_for_termination):
Remove decls.
(record_deleted_pid, child_status_changed): New decls.
(wait_for_termination): Adjust to API changes noted above.

Fixes: debbugs:12980
parent bc9dbce6
2012-12-03 Paul Eggert <eggert@cs.ucla.edu>
Don't let call-process be a zombie factory (Bug#12980).
Fixing this bug required some cleanup of the signal-handling code.
As a side effect, this change also fixes a longstanding rare race
condition whereby Emacs could mistakenly kill unrelated processes,
and it fixes a bug where a second C-g does not kill a recalcitrant
synchronous process in GNU/Linux and similar platforms.
The patch should also fix the last vestiges of Bug#9488,
a bug which has mostly been fixed on the trunk by other changes.
* callproc.c, process.h (synch_process_alive, synch_process_death)
(synch_process_termsig, sync_process_retcode):
Remove. All uses removed, to simplify analysis and so that
less consing is done inside critical sections.
* callproc.c (call_process_exited): Remove. All uses replaced
with !synch_process_pid.
* callproc.c (synch_process_pid, synch_process_fd): New static vars.
These take the role of what used to be in unwind-protect arg.
All uses changed.
(block_child_signal, unblock_child_signal):
New functions, to avoid races that could kill innocent-victim processes.
(call_process_kill, call_process_cleanup, Fcall_process): Use them.
(call_process_kill): Record killed processes as deleted, so that
zombies do not clutter up the system. Do this inside a critical
section, to avoid a race that would allow the clutter.
(call_process_cleanup): Fix code so that the second C-g works again
on common platforms such as GNU/Linux.
(Fcall_process): Create the child process in a critical section,
to fix a race condition. If creating an asynchronous process,
record it as deleted so that zombies do not clutter up the system.
Do unwind-protect for WINDOWSNT too, as that's simpler in the
light of these changes. Omit unnecessary call to emacs_close
before failure, as the unwind-protect code does that.
* callproc.c (call_process_cleanup):
* w32proc.c (waitpid): Simplify now that synch_process_alive is gone.
* process.c (record_deleted_pid): New function, containing
code refactored out of Fdelete_process.
(Fdelete_process): Use it.
(process_status_retrieved): Remove. All callers changed to use
child_status_change.
(record_child_status_change): Remove, folding its contents into ...
(handle_child_signal): ... this signal handler. Now, this
function is purely a handler for SIGCHLD, and is not called after
a synchronous waitpid returns; the synchronous code is moved to
wait_for_termination. There is no need to worry about reaping
more than one child now.
* sysdep.c (get_child_status, child_status_changed): New functions.
(wait_for_termination): Now takes int * status and bool
interruptible arguments, too. Do not record child status change;
that's now the caller's responsibility. All callers changed.
Reimplement in terms of get_child_status.
(wait_for_termination_1, interruptible_wait_for_termination):
Remove. All callers changed to use wait_for_termination.
* syswait.h: Include <stdbool.h>, for bool.
(record_child_status_change, interruptible_wait_for_termination):
Remove decls.
(record_deleted_pid, child_status_changed): New decls.
(wait_for_termination): Adjust to API changes noted above.
* bytecode.c, lisp.h (Qbytecode): Remove.
No longer needed after 2012-11-20 interactive-p changes.
......
......@@ -67,88 +67,110 @@ along with GNU Emacs. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */
/* Pattern used by call-process-region to make temp files. */
static Lisp_Object Vtemp_file_name_pattern;
/* True if we are about to fork off a synchronous process or if we
are waiting for it. */
bool synch_process_alive;
/* Nonzero => this is a string explaining death of synchronous subprocess. */
const char *synch_process_death;
/* The next two variables are valid only while record-unwind-protect
is in place during call-process for a synchronous subprocess. At
other times, their contents are irrelevant. Doing this via static
C variables is more convenient than putting them into the arguments
of record-unwind-protect, as they need to be updated at randomish
times in the code, and Lisp cannot always store these values as
Emacs integers. It's safe to use static variables here, as the
code is never invoked reentrantly. */
/* If nonzero, a process-ID that has not been reaped. */
static pid_t synch_process_pid;
/* If nonnegative, a file descriptor that has not been closed. */
static int synch_process_fd;
/* Block SIGCHLD. */
/* Nonzero => this is the signal number that terminated the subprocess. */
int synch_process_termsig;
static void
block_child_signal (void)
{
#ifdef SIGCHLD
sigset_t blocked;
sigemptyset (&blocked);
sigaddset (&blocked, SIGCHLD);
pthread_sigmask (SIG_BLOCK, &blocked, 0);
#endif
}
/* If synch_process_death is zero,
this is exit code of synchronous subprocess. */
int synch_process_retcode;
/* Unblock SIGCHLD. */
/* Clean up when exiting Fcall_process.
On MSDOS, delete the temporary file on any kind of termination.
On Unix, kill the process and any children on termination by signal. */
static void
unblock_child_signal (void)
{
#ifdef SIGCHLD
pthread_sigmask (SIG_SETMASK, &empty_mask, 0);
#endif
}
/* True if this is termination due to exit. */
static bool call_process_exited;
/* Clean up when exiting call_process_cleanup. */
static Lisp_Object
call_process_kill (Lisp_Object fdpid)
call_process_kill (Lisp_Object ignored)
{
int fd;
pid_t pid;
CONS_TO_INTEGER (Fcar (fdpid), int, fd);
CONS_TO_INTEGER (Fcdr (fdpid), pid_t, pid);
emacs_close (fd);
EMACS_KILLPG (pid, SIGKILL);
synch_process_alive = 0;
if (0 <= synch_process_fd)
emacs_close (synch_process_fd);
/* If PID is reapable, kill it and record it as a deleted process.
Do this in a critical section. Unless PID is wedged it will be
reaped on receipt of the first SIGCHLD after the critical section. */
if (synch_process_pid)
{
block_child_signal ();
record_deleted_pid (synch_process_pid);
EMACS_KILLPG (synch_process_pid, SIGKILL);
unblock_child_signal ();
}
return Qnil;
}
/* Clean up when exiting Fcall_process.
On MSDOS, delete the temporary file on any kind of termination.
On Unix, kill the process and any children on termination by signal. */
static Lisp_Object
call_process_cleanup (Lisp_Object arg)
{
Lisp_Object fdpid = Fcdr (arg);
int fd;
#if defined (MSDOS)
Lisp_Object file;
#ifdef MSDOS
Lisp_Object buffer = Fcar (arg);
Lisp_Object file = Fcdr (arg);
#else
pid_t pid;
Lisp_Object buffer = arg;
#endif
Fset_buffer (Fcar (arg));
CONS_TO_INTEGER (Fcar (fdpid), int, fd);
#if defined (MSDOS)
/* for MSDOS fdpid is really (fd . tempfile) */
file = Fcdr (fdpid);
/* FD is -1 and FILE is "" when we didn't actually create a
temporary file in call-process. */
if (fd >= 0)
emacs_close (fd);
if (!(strcmp (SDATA (file), NULL_DEVICE) == 0 || SREF (file, 0) == '\0'))
unlink (SDATA (file));
#else /* not MSDOS */
CONS_TO_INTEGER (Fcdr (fdpid), pid_t, pid);
Fset_buffer (buffer);
if (call_process_exited)
{
emacs_close (fd);
return Qnil;
}
if (EMACS_KILLPG (pid, SIGINT) == 0)
#ifndef MSDOS
/* If the process still exists, kill its process group. */
if (synch_process_pid)
{
ptrdiff_t count = SPECPDL_INDEX ();
record_unwind_protect (call_process_kill, fdpid);
EMACS_KILLPG (synch_process_pid, SIGINT);
record_unwind_protect (call_process_kill, make_number (0));
message1 ("Waiting for process to die...(type C-g again to kill it instantly)");
immediate_quit = 1;
QUIT;
wait_for_termination (pid);
wait_for_termination (synch_process_pid, 0, 1);
synch_process_pid = 0;
immediate_quit = 0;
specpdl_ptr = specpdl + count; /* Discard the unwind protect. */
message1 ("Waiting for process to die...done");
}
synch_process_alive = 0;
emacs_close (fd);
#endif /* not MSDOS */
#endif
if (0 <= synch_process_fd)
emacs_close (synch_process_fd);
#ifdef MSDOS
/* FILE is "" when we didn't actually create a temporary file in
call-process. */
if (!(strcmp (SDATA (file), NULL_DEVICE) == 0 || SREF (file, 0) == '\0'))
unlink (SDATA (file));
#endif
return Qnil;
}
......@@ -181,9 +203,10 @@ If you quit, the process is killed with SIGINT, or SIGKILL if you quit again.
usage: (call-process PROGRAM &optional INFILE BUFFER DISPLAY &rest ARGS) */)
(ptrdiff_t nargs, Lisp_Object *args)
{
Lisp_Object infile, buffer, current_dir, path, cleanup_info_tail;
Lisp_Object infile, buffer, current_dir, path;
bool display_p;
int fd0, fd1, filefd;
int status;
ptrdiff_t count = SPECPDL_INDEX ();
USE_SAFE_ALLOCA;
......@@ -199,7 +222,7 @@ usage: (call-process PROGRAM &optional INFILE BUFFER DISPLAY &rest ARGS) */)
#else
pid_t pid;
#endif
int vfork_errno;
int child_errno;
int fd_output = -1;
struct coding_system process_coding; /* coding-system of process output */
struct coding_system argument_coding; /* coding-system of arguments */
......@@ -493,16 +516,6 @@ usage: (call-process PROGRAM &optional INFILE BUFFER DISPLAY &rest ARGS) */)
if (fd_output >= 0)
fd1 = fd_output;
/* Record that we're about to create a synchronous process. */
synch_process_alive = 1;
/* These vars record information from process termination.
Clear them now before process can possibly terminate,
to avoid timing error if process terminates soon. */
synch_process_death = 0;
synch_process_retcode = 0;
synch_process_termsig = 0;
if (NILP (error_file))
fd_error = emacs_open (NULL_DEVICE, O_WRONLY, 0);
else if (STRINGP (error_file))
......@@ -535,23 +548,21 @@ usage: (call-process PROGRAM &optional INFILE BUFFER DISPLAY &rest ARGS) */)
#ifdef MSDOS /* MW, July 1993 */
/* Note that on MSDOS `child_setup' actually returns the child process
exit status, not its PID, so we assign it to `synch_process_retcode'
below. */
exit status, not its PID, so assign it to status below. */
pid = child_setup (filefd, outfilefd, fd_error, new_argv, 0, current_dir);
/* Record that the synchronous process exited and note its
termination status. */
synch_process_alive = 0;
synch_process_retcode = pid;
if (synch_process_retcode < 0) /* means it couldn't be exec'ed */
{
synchronize_system_messages_locale ();
synch_process_death = strerror (errno);
}
child_errno = errno;
emacs_close (outfilefd);
if (fd_error != outfilefd)
emacs_close (fd_error);
if (pid < 0)
{
synchronize_system_messages_locale ();
return
code_convert_string_norecord (build_string (strerror (child_errno)),
Vlocale_coding_system, 0);
}
status = pid;
fd1 = -1; /* No harm in closing that one! */
if (tempfile)
{
......@@ -569,12 +580,21 @@ usage: (call-process PROGRAM &optional INFILE BUFFER DISPLAY &rest ARGS) */)
else
fd0 = -1; /* We are not going to read from tempfile. */
#else /* not MSDOS */
/* Do the unwind-protect now, even though the pid is not known, so
that no storage allocation is done in the critical section.
The actual PID will be filled in during the critical section. */
synch_process_pid = 0;
synch_process_fd = fd0;
record_unwind_protect (call_process_cleanup, Fcurrent_buffer ());
block_input ();
block_child_signal ();
#ifdef WINDOWSNT
pid = child_setup (filefd, fd1, fd_error, new_argv, 0, current_dir);
#else /* not WINDOWSNT */
block_input ();
/* vfork, and prevent local vars from being clobbered by the vfork. */
{
Lisp_Object volatile buffer_volatile = buffer;
......@@ -593,6 +613,7 @@ usage: (call-process PROGRAM &optional INFILE BUFFER DISPLAY &rest ARGS) */)
char **volatile new_argv_volatile = new_argv;
pid = vfork ();
child_errno = errno;
buffer = buffer_volatile;
coding_systems = coding_systems_volatile;
......@@ -612,6 +633,8 @@ usage: (call-process PROGRAM &optional INFILE BUFFER DISPLAY &rest ARGS) */)
if (pid == 0)
{
unblock_child_signal ();
if (fd0 >= 0)
emacs_close (fd0);
......@@ -623,11 +646,21 @@ usage: (call-process PROGRAM &optional INFILE BUFFER DISPLAY &rest ARGS) */)
child_setup (filefd, fd1, fd_error, new_argv, 0, current_dir);
}
vfork_errno = errno;
unblock_input ();
#endif /* not WINDOWSNT */
child_errno = errno;
if (0 < pid)
{
if (INTEGERP (buffer))
record_deleted_pid (pid);
else
synch_process_pid = pid;
}
unblock_child_signal ();
unblock_input ();
/* The MSDOS case did this already. */
if (fd_error >= 0)
emacs_close (fd_error);
......@@ -644,9 +677,7 @@ usage: (call-process PROGRAM &optional INFILE BUFFER DISPLAY &rest ARGS) */)
if (pid < 0)
{
if (fd0 >= 0)
emacs_close (fd0);
errno = vfork_errno;
errno = child_errno;
report_file_error ("Doing vfork", Qnil);
}
......@@ -657,19 +688,12 @@ usage: (call-process PROGRAM &optional INFILE BUFFER DISPLAY &rest ARGS) */)
return Qnil;
}
/* Enable sending signal if user quits below. */
call_process_exited = 0;
#if defined (MSDOS)
/* MSDOS needs different cleanup information. */
cleanup_info_tail = build_string (tempfile ? tempfile : "");
#else
cleanup_info_tail = INTEGER_TO_CONS (pid);
#endif /* not MSDOS */
record_unwind_protect (call_process_cleanup,
Fcons (Fcurrent_buffer (),
Fcons (INTEGER_TO_CONS (fd0),
cleanup_info_tail)));
build_string (tempfile ? tempfile : "")));
#endif
if (BUFFERP (buffer))
Fset_buffer (buffer);
......@@ -856,38 +880,34 @@ usage: (call-process PROGRAM &optional INFILE BUFFER DISPLAY &rest ARGS) */)
#ifndef MSDOS
/* Wait for it to terminate, unless it already has. */
if (output_to_buffer)
wait_for_termination (pid);
else
interruptible_wait_for_termination (pid);
wait_for_termination (pid, &status, !output_to_buffer);
#endif
immediate_quit = 0;
/* Don't kill any children that the subprocess may have left behind
when exiting. */
call_process_exited = 1;
synch_process_pid = 0;
SAFE_FREE ();
unbind_to (count, Qnil);
if (synch_process_termsig)
if (WIFSIGNALED (status))
{
const char *signame;
synchronize_system_messages_locale ();
signame = strsignal (synch_process_termsig);
signame = strsignal (WTERMSIG (status));
if (signame == 0)
signame = "unknown";
synch_process_death = signame;
return code_convert_string_norecord (build_string (signame),
Vlocale_coding_system, 0);
}
if (synch_process_death)
return code_convert_string_norecord (build_string (synch_process_death),
Vlocale_coding_system, 0);
return make_number (synch_process_retcode);
eassert (WIFEXITED (status));
return make_number (WEXITSTATUS (status));
}
static Lisp_Object
......
......@@ -777,10 +777,23 @@ get_process (register Lisp_Object name)
/* Fdelete_process promises to immediately forget about the process, but in
reality, Emacs needs to remember those processes until they have been
treated by the SIGCHLD handler and waitpid has been invoked on them;
otherwise they might fill up the kernel's process table. */
otherwise they might fill up the kernel's process table.
Some processes created by call-process are also put onto this list. */
static Lisp_Object deleted_pid_list;
#endif
void
record_deleted_pid (pid_t pid)
{
#ifdef SIGCHLD
deleted_pid_list = Fcons (make_fixnum_or_float (pid),
/* GC treated elements set to nil. */
Fdelq (Qnil, deleted_pid_list));
#endif
}
DEFUN ("delete-process", Fdelete_process, Sdelete_process, 1, 1, 0,
doc: /* Delete PROCESS: kill it and forget about it immediately.
PROCESS may be a process, a buffer, the name of a process or buffer, or
......@@ -807,9 +820,7 @@ nil, indicating the current buffer's process. */)
pid_t pid = p->pid;
/* No problem storing the pid here, as it is still in Vprocess_alist. */
deleted_pid_list = Fcons (make_fixnum_or_float (pid),
/* GC treated elements set to nil. */
Fdelq (Qnil, deleted_pid_list));
record_deleted_pid (pid);
/* If the process has already signaled, remove it from the list. */
if (p->raw_status_new)
update_status (p);
......@@ -6147,35 +6158,37 @@ process has been transmitted to the serial port. */)
return process;
}
/* If the status of the process DESIRED has changed, return true and
set *STATUS to its exit status; otherwise, return false.
If HAVE is nonnegative, assume that HAVE = waitpid (HAVE, STATUS, ...)
has already been invoked, and do not invoke waitpid again. */
#ifdef SIGCHLD
static bool
process_status_retrieved (pid_t desired, pid_t have, int *status)
{
if (have < 0)
{
/* Invoke waitpid only with a known process ID; do not invoke
waitpid with a nonpositive argument. Otherwise, Emacs might
reap an unwanted process by mistake. For example, invoking
waitpid (-1, ...) can mess up glib by reaping glib's subprocesses,
so that another thread running glib won't find them. */
do
have = waitpid (desired, status, WNOHANG | WUNTRACED);
while (have < 0 && errno == EINTR);
}
/* The main Emacs thread records child processes in three places:
return have == desired;
}
- Vprocess_alist, for asynchronous subprocesses, which are child
processes visible to Lisp.
- deleted_pid_list, for child processes invisible to Lisp,
typically because of delete-process. These are recorded so that
the processes can be reaped when they exit, so that the operating
system's process table is not cluttered by zombies.
/* If PID is nonnegative, the child process PID with wait status W has
changed its status; record this and return true.
- the local variable PID in Fcall_process, call_process_cleanup and
call_process_kill, for synchronous subprocesses.
record_unwind_protect is used to make sure this process is not
forgotten: if the user interrupts call-process and the child
process refuses to exit immediately even with two C-g's,
call_process_kill adds PID's contents to deleted_pid_list before
returning.
If PID is negative, ignore W, and look for known child processes
of Emacs whose status have changed. For each one found, record its new
status.
The main Emacs thread invokes waitpid only on child processes that
it creates and that have not been reaped. This avoid races on
platforms such as GTK, where other threads create their own
subprocesses which the main thread should not reap. For example,
if the main thread attempted to reap an already-reaped child, it
might inadvertently reap a GTK-created process that happened to
have the same process ID. */
/* Handle a SIGCHLD signal by looking for known child processes of
Emacs whose status have changed. For each one found, record its
new status.
All we do is change the status; we do not run sentinels or print
notifications. That is saved for the next time keyboard input is
......@@ -6198,20 +6211,15 @@ process_status_retrieved (pid_t desired, pid_t have, int *status)
** Malloc WARNING: This should never call malloc either directly or
indirectly; if it does, that is a bug */
void
record_child_status_change (pid_t pid, int w)
static void
handle_child_signal (int sig)
{
#ifdef SIGCHLD
/* Record at most one child only if we already know one child that
has exited. */
bool record_at_most_one_child = 0 <= pid;
Lisp_Object tail;
/* Find the process that signaled us, and record its status. */
/* The process can have been deleted by Fdelete_process. */
/* The process can have been deleted by Fdelete_process, or have
been started asynchronously by Fcall_process. */
for (tail = deleted_pid_list; CONSP (tail); tail = XCDR (tail))
{
bool all_pids_are_fixnums
......@@ -6225,12 +6233,8 @@ record_child_status_change (pid_t pid, int w)
deleted_pid = XINT (xpid);
else
deleted_pid = XFLOAT_DATA (xpid);
if (process_status_retrieved (deleted_pid, pid, &w))
{
XSETCAR (tail, Qnil);
if (record_at_most_one_child)
return;
}
if (child_status_changed (deleted_pid, 0, 0))
XSETCAR (tail, Qnil);
}
}
......@@ -6239,15 +6243,17 @@ record_child_status_change (pid_t pid, int w)
{
Lisp_Object proc = XCDR (XCAR (tail));
struct Lisp_Process *p = XPROCESS (proc);
if (p->alive && process_status_retrieved (p->pid, pid, &w))
int status;
if (p->alive && child_status_changed (p->pid, &status, WUNTRACED))
{
/* Change the status of the process that was found. */
p->tick = ++process_tick;
p->raw_status = w;
p->raw_status = status;
p->raw_status_new = 1;
/* If process has terminated, stop waiting for its output. */
if (WIFSIGNALED (w) || WIFEXITED (w))
if (WIFSIGNALED (status) || WIFEXITED (status))
{
int clear_desc_flag = 0;
p->alive = 0;
......@@ -6261,44 +6267,8 @@ record_child_status_change (pid_t pid, int w)
FD_CLR (p->infd, &non_keyboard_wait_mask);
}
}
/* Tell wait_reading_process_output that it needs to wake up and
look around. */
if (input_available_clear_time)
*input_available_clear_time = make_emacs_time (0, 0);
if (record_at_most_one_child)
return;
}
}
if (0 <= pid)
{
/* The caller successfully waited for a pid but no asynchronous
process was found for it, so this is a synchronous process. */
synch_process_alive = 0;
/* Report the status of the synchronous process. */
if (WIFEXITED (w))
synch_process_retcode = WEXITSTATUS (w);
else if (WIFSIGNALED (w))
synch_process_termsig = WTERMSIG (w);
/* Tell wait_reading_process_output that it needs to wake up and
look around. */
if (input_available_clear_time)
*input_available_clear_time = make_emacs_time (0, 0);
}
#endif
}
#ifdef SIGCHLD
static void
handle_child_signal (int sig)
{
record_child_status_change (-1, 0);
}
static void
......
......@@ -185,23 +185,6 @@ pset_gnutls_cred_type (struct Lisp_Process *p, Lisp_Object val)
}
#endif
/* True if we are about to fork off a synchronous process or if we
are waiting for it. */
extern bool synch_process_alive;
/* Communicate exit status of sync process to from sigchld_handler
to Fcall_process. */
/* Nonzero => this is a string explaining death of synchronous subprocess. */
extern const char *synch_process_death;
/* Nonzero => this is the signal number that terminated the subprocess. */
extern int synch_process_termsig;
/* If synch_process_death is zero,
this is exit code of synchronous subprocess. */
extern int synch_process_retcode;
/* Nonzero means don't run process sentinels. This is used
when exiting. */
extern int inhibit_sentinels;
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......@@ -266,45 +266,71 @@ init_baud_rate (int fd)
#ifndef MSDOS
static void
wait_for_termination_1 (pid_t pid, int interruptible)
/* Wait for the subprocess with process id CHILD to terminate or change status.