DESCRIPTION The basic IPC facilities of Perl are built out of the good old Unix signals, named ps i loathe you pdf, pipe opens, the Berkeley socket routines, and SysV IPC calls. Each is used in slightly different situations. SIG hash contains names or references of user-installed signal handlers.
These handlers will be called with an argument which is the name of the signal that triggered it. The names of the signals are the ones listed out by kill -l on your system, or you can retrieve them using the CPAN module IPC::Signal. Perl will try to discard the signal or do the default thing. Note that ignoring signals makes them disappear.
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If you only want them blocked temporarily without them getting lost you’ll have to use POSIX’ sigprocmask. Sending a signal to a negative process ID means that you send the signal to the entire Unix process group. Another interesting signal to send is signal number zero. This doesn’t actually affect a child process, but instead checks whether it’s alive or has changed its UIDs. Signal number zero may fail because you lack permission to send the signal when directed at a process whose real or saved UID is not identical to the real or effective UID of the sending process, even though the process is alive. SIGCHLD handlers require some special care. If a second child dies while in the signal handler caused by the first death, we won’t get another signal.