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SIGNAL(7)		       BSD Miscellaneous Information Manual			SIGNAL(7)

     signal -- signal facilities

     The <signal.h> header file defines the following signals:

     Value    Name	    Default Action	 Description
     1	      SIGHUP	    terminate process	 terminal line hangup
     2	      SIGINT	    terminate process	 interrupt program
     3	      SIGQUIT	    create core image	 quit program
     4	      SIGILL	    create core image	 illegal instruction
     5	      SIGTRAP	    create core image	 trace trap
     6	      SIGABRT	    create core image	 abort(3) call (formerly SIGIOT)
     7	      SIGEMT	    create core image	 emulate instruction executed
     8	      SIGFPE	    create core image	 floating-point exception
     9	      SIGKILL	    terminate process	 kill program (cannot be caught or ignored)
     10       SIGBUS	    create core image	 bus error
     11       SIGSEGV	    create core image	 segmentation violation
     12       SIGSYS	    create core image	 invalid system call argument
     13       SIGPIPE	    terminate process	 write to a pipe with no reader
     14       SIGALRM	    terminate process	 real-time timer expired
     15       SIGTERM	    terminate process	 software termination signal
     16       SIGURG	    discard signal	 urgent condition present on socket
     17       SIGSTOP	    stop process	 stop (cannot be caught or ignored)
     18       SIGTSTP	    stop process	 stop signal generated from keyboard
     19       SIGCONT	    discard signal	 continue after stop (even if blocked or ignored)
     20       SIGCHLD	    discard signal	 child status has changed
     21       SIGTTIN	    stop process	 background read attempted from control terminal
     22       SIGTTOU	    stop process	 background write attempted to control terminal
     23       SIGIO	    discard signal	 I/O is possible on a descriptor (see fcntl(2))
     24       SIGXCPU	    terminate process	 CPU time limit exceeded (see setrlimit(2))
     25       SIGXFSZ	    terminate process	 file size limit exceeded (see setrlimit(2))
     26       SIGVTALRM     terminate process	 virtual time alarm (see setitimer(2))
     27       SIGPROF	    terminate process	 profiling timer alarm (see setitimer(2))
     28       SIGWINCH	    discard signal	 window size change
     29       SIGINFO	    discard signal	 status request from keyboard
     30       SIGUSR1	    terminate process	 user-defined signal 1
     31       SIGUSR2	    terminate process	 user-defined signal 2
     32       SIGPWR	    discard signal	 power failure/restart

     A function that is async-signal-safe is either reentrant or non-interruptible by signals.
     This means that they can be used in signal handlers and in the child of threaded programs
     after doing fork(2).

     The following functions are async-signal-safe.  Any function not listed below is unsafe to
     use in signal handlers.

     _Exit(2), _exit(2), abort(3), accept(2), access(2), alarm(3), bind(2), cfgetispeed(3),
     cfgetospeed(3), cfsetispeed(3), cfsetospeed(3), chdir(2), chmod(2), chown(2),
     clock_gettime(2), close(2), connect(2), creat(3), dup(2), dup2(2), execle(3), execve(2),
     fchmod(2), fchown(2), fcntl(2), fdatasync(2), fork(2), fpathconf(2), fstat(2), fsync(2),
     ftruncate(2), getegid(2), geteuid(2), getgid(2), getgroups(2), getpeername(2), getpgrp(2),
     getpid(2), getppid(2), getsockname(2), getsockopt(2), getuid(2), kill(2), link(2),
     listen(2), lseek(2), lstat(2), mkdir(2), mkfifo(2), open(2), pathconf(2), pause(3), pipe(2),
     poll(2), raise(3), read(2), readlink(2), recv(2), recvfrom(2), recvmsg(2), rename(2),
     rmdir(2), select(2), sem_post(3), send(2), sendmsg(2), sendto(2), setgid(2), setpgid(2),
     setsid(2), setsockopt(2), setuid(2), shutdown(2), sigaction(2), sigaddset(3), sigdelset(3),
     sigemptyset(3), sigfillset(3), sigismember(3), sleep(3), signal(3), sigpause(3),
     sigpending(2), sigprocmask(2), sigset(3), sigsuspend(2), sockatmark(3), socket(2),
     socketpair(2), stat(2), symlink(2), sysconf(3), tcdrain(3), tcflow(3), tcflush(3),
     tcgetattr(3), tcgetpgrp(3), tcsendbreak(3), tcsetattr(3), tcsetpgrp(3), time(3),
     timer_getoverrun(2), timer_gettime(2), timer_settime(2), times(3), umask(2), uname(3),
     unlink(2), utime(3), wait(2), waitpid(2), write(2).

     kill(1), kill(2), ptrace(2), sigaction(2), sigaltstack(2), sigprocmask(2), sigstack(2),
     sigsuspend(2), fpgetmask(3), fpsetmask(3), setjmp(3), sigblock(3), siginterrupt(3),
     signal(3), sigpause(3), sigsetmask(3), sigsetops(3), tty(4)

     These signals conform to ISO/IEC 9945-1:1990 (``POSIX.1''), with the exception of SIGTRAP,
     SIGINFO which are Berkeley extensions (available on most BSD-derived systems), and SIGPWR
     which comes from System V.

     SIGPWR was introduced in NetBSD 1.4.

     The current NetBSD kernel never generates the SIGPWR signal.

BSD					February 27, 2009				      BSD
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