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The Lounge War Stories Wrong Array... Post 303018174 by vbe on Thursday 31st of May 2018 03:17:39 AM
I remembered having no other alternative than to press the power of button on a K class, because I was called on a sunday between Xmas and NewYear, and all the expected batches produced nothing, when I asked what output or why only answer I got was the machine only responds to ping, only this was a very sensible machine, something ever happens and heads falls...
I went in the white room just to realise the box was out of control, you cant even connect from the console plugged directly to it.
So crossed my fingers and off..
Then just as you I had lived a long moment of solitude... to finally see the box up and running, even old Oracle was up...
As I knew I would be asked what happened , I went through all the activity logs and after an hour searching the batches crons etc... Found out it was a stupid developper that sent corrupted prints, no seeing them coming to the printer executed a few ( many...) times the his print job without looking the output ( queue down...) decided as it was friday to leave for Xmas holiday...
The sunday I was called was 10 days after...
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GSIGNAL(3)						     Linux Programmer's Manual							GSIGNAL(3)

NAME
gsignal, ssignal - software signal facility SYNOPSIS
#include <signal.h> typedef void (*sighandler_t)(int); int gsignal(signum); sighandler_t ssignal(int signum, sighandler_t action); DESCRIPTION
Don't use these functions under Linux. Due to a historical mistake, under Linux these functions are aliases for raise() and signal(), respectively. Elsewhere, on SYSV-like systems, these functions implement software signalling, entirely independent of the classical signal and kill func- tions. The function ssignal() defines the action to take when the software signal with number signum is raised using the function gsig- nal(), and returns the previous such action or SIG_DFL. The function gsignal() does the following: if no action (or the action SIG_DFL) was specified for signum, then it does nothing and returns 0. If the action SIG_IGN was specified for signum, then it does nothing and returns 1. Otherwise, it resets the action to SIG_DFL and calls the action function with parameter signum, and returns the value returned by that function. The range of possible values signum varies (often 1-15 or 1-17). CONFORMING TO
SVID2, XPG2. These functions are available under AIX, DG-UX, HPUX, SCO, Solaris, Tru64. They are called obsolete under most of these sys- tems, and are broken under Linux libc and glibc. Some systems also have gsignal_r() and ssignal_r(). SEE ALSO
kill(2), signal(2), raise(3) notGNU 2002-08-25 GSIGNAL(3)

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