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/* Copyright 2000-2005 The Apache Software Foundation or its licensors, as * applicable. * * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. * You may obtain a copy of the License at * * http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 * * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and * limitations under the License. */ #ifndef APR_THREAD_PROC_H #define APR_THREAD_PROC_H /** * @file apr_thread_proc.h * @brief APR Thread and Process Library */ #include "apr.h" #include "apr_file_io.h" #include "apr_pools.h" #include "apr_errno.h" #if APR_HAVE_STRUCT_RLIMIT #include <sys/time.h> #include <sys/resource.h> #endif #ifdef __cplusplus extern "C" { #endif /* __cplusplus */ /** * @defgroup apr_thread_proc Threads and Process Functions * @ingroup APR * @{ */ typedef enum { APR_SHELLCMD, /**< use the shell to invoke the program */ APR_PROGRAM, /**< invoke the program directly, no copied env */ APR_PROGRAM_ENV, /**< invoke the program, replicating our environment */ APR_PROGRAM_PATH, /**< find program on PATH, use our environment */ APR_SHELLCMD_ENV /**< use the shell to invoke the program, * replicating our environment */ } apr_cmdtype_e; typedef enum { APR_WAIT, /**< wait for the specified process to finish */ APR_NOWAIT /**< do not wait -- just see if it has finished */ } apr_wait_how_e; /* I am specifically calling out the values so that the macros below make * more sense. Yes, I know I don't need to, but I am hoping this makes what * I am doing more clear. If you want to add more reasons to exit, continue * to use bitmasks. */ typedef enum { APR_PROC_EXIT = 1, /**< process exited normally */ APR_PROC_SIGNAL = 2, /**< process exited due to a signal */ APR_PROC_SIGNAL_CORE = 4 /**< process exited and dumped a core file */ } apr_exit_why_e; /** did we exit the process */ #define APR_PROC_CHECK_EXIT(x) (x & APR_PROC_EXIT) /** did we get a signal */ #define APR_PROC_CHECK_SIGNALED(x) (x & APR_PROC_SIGNAL) /** did we get core */ #define APR_PROC_CHECK_CORE_DUMP(x) (x & APR_PROC_SIGNAL_CORE) /** @see apr_procattr_io_set */ #define APR_NO_PIPE 0 /** @see apr_procattr_io_set */ #define APR_FULL_BLOCK 1 /** @see apr_procattr_io_set */ #define APR_FULL_NONBLOCK 2 /** @see apr_procattr_io_set */ #define APR_PARENT_BLOCK 3 /** @see apr_procattr_io_set */ #define APR_CHILD_BLOCK 4 /** @see apr_procattr_limit_set */ #define APR_LIMIT_CPU 0 /** @see apr_procattr_limit_set */ #define APR_LIMIT_MEM 1 /** @see apr_procattr_limit_set */ #define APR_LIMIT_NPROC 2 /** @see apr_procattr_limit_set */ #define APR_LIMIT_NOFILE 3 /** * @defgroup APR_OC Other Child Flags * @{ */ #define APR_OC_REASON_DEATH 0 /**< child has died, caller must call * unregister still */ #define APR_OC_REASON_UNWRITABLE 1 /**< write_fd is unwritable */ #define APR_OC_REASON_RESTART 2 /**< a restart is occuring, perform * any necessary cleanup (including * sending a special signal to child) */ #define APR_OC_REASON_UNREGISTER 3 /**< unregister has been called, do * whatever is necessary (including * kill the child) */ #define APR_OC_REASON_LOST 4 /**< somehow the child exited without * us knowing ... buggy os? */ #define APR_OC_REASON_RUNNING 5 /**< a health check is occuring, * for most maintainence functions * this is a no-op. */ /** @} */ /** The APR process type */ typedef struct apr_proc_t { /** The process ID */ pid_t pid; /** Parent's side of pipe to child's stdin */ apr_file_t *in; /** Parent's side of pipe to child's stdout */ apr_file_t *out; /** Parent's side of pipe to child's stdouterr */ apr_file_t *err; #if APR_HAS_PROC_INVOKED || defined(DOXYGEN) /** Diagnositics/debugging string of the command invoked for * this process [only present if APR_HAS_PROC_INVOKED is true] * @remark Only enabled on Win32 by default. * @bug This should either always or never be present in release * builds - since it breaks binary compatibility. We may enable * it always in APR 1.0 yet leave it undefined in most cases. */ char *invoked; #endif #if defined(WIN32) || defined(DOXYGEN) /** (Win32 only) Creator's handle granting access to the process * @remark This handle is closed and reset to NULL in every case * corresponding to a waitpid() on Unix which returns the exit status. * Therefore Win32 correspond's to Unix's zombie reaping characteristics * and avoids potential handle leaks. */ HANDLE hproc; #endif } apr_proc_t; /** * The prototype for APR child errfn functions. (See the description * of apr_procattr_child_errfn_set() for more information.) * It is passed the following parameters: * @param pool Pool associated with the apr_proc_t. If your child * error function needs user data, associate it with this * pool. * @param err APR error code describing the error * @param description Text description of type of processing which failed */ typedef void (apr_child_errfn_t)(apr_pool_t *proc, apr_status_t err, const char *description); /** Opaque Thread structure. */ typedef struct apr_thread_t apr_thread_t; /** Opaque Thread attributes structure. */ typedef struct apr_threadattr_t apr_threadattr_t; /** Opaque Process attributes structure. */ typedef struct apr_procattr_t apr_procattr_t; /** Opaque control variable for one-time atomic variables. */ typedef struct apr_thread_once_t apr_thread_once_t; /** Opaque thread private address space. */ typedef struct apr_threadkey_t apr_threadkey_t; /** Opaque record of child process. */ typedef struct apr_other_child_rec_t apr_other_child_rec_t; /** * The prototype for any APR thread worker functions. */ typedef void *(APR_THREAD_FUNC *apr_thread_start_t)(apr_thread_t*, void*); typedef enum { APR_KILL_NEVER, /**< process is never sent any signals */ APR_KILL_ALWAYS, /**< process is sent SIGKILL on apr_pool_t cleanup */ APR_KILL_AFTER_TIMEOUT, /**< SIGTERM, wait 3 seconds, SIGKILL */ APR_JUST_WAIT, /**< wait forever for the process to complete */ APR_KILL_ONLY_ONCE /**< send SIGTERM and then wait */ } apr_kill_conditions_e; /* Thread Function definitions */ #if APR_HAS_THREADS /** * Create and initialize a new threadattr variable * @param new_attr The newly created threadattr. * @param cont The pool to use */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_threadattr_create(apr_threadattr_t **new_attr, apr_pool_t *cont); /** * Set if newly created threads should be created in detached state. * @param attr The threadattr to affect * @param on Non-zero if detached threads should be created. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_threadattr_detach_set(apr_threadattr_t *attr, apr_int32_t on); /** * Get the detach state for this threadattr. * @param attr The threadattr to reference * @return APR_DETACH if threads are to be detached, or APR_NOTDETACH * if threads are to be joinable. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_threadattr_detach_get(apr_threadattr_t *attr); /** * Set the stack size of newly created threads. * @param attr The threadattr to affect * @param stacksize The stack size in bytes */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_threadattr_stacksize_set(apr_threadattr_t *attr, apr_size_t stacksize); /** * Set the stack guard area size of newly created threads. * @param attr The threadattr to affect * @param guardsize The stack guard area size in bytes * @note Thread library implementations commonly use a "guard area" * after each thread's stack which is not readable or writable such that * stack overflows cause a segfault; this consumes e.g. 4K of memory * and increases memory management overhead. Setting the guard area * size to zero hence trades off reliable behaviour on stack overflow * for performance. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_threadattr_guardsize_set(apr_threadattr_t *attr, apr_size_t guardsize); /** * Create a new thread of execution * @param new_thread The newly created thread handle. * @param attr The threadattr to use to determine how to create the thread * @param func The function to start the new thread in * @param data Any data to be passed to the starting function * @param cont The pool to use */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_thread_create(apr_thread_t **new_thread, apr_threadattr_t *attr, apr_thread_start_t func, void *data, apr_pool_t *cont); /** * stop the current thread * @param thd The thread to stop * @param retval The return value to pass back to any thread that cares */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_thread_exit(apr_thread_t *thd, apr_status_t retval); /** * block until the desired thread stops executing. * @param retval The return value from the dead thread. * @param thd The thread to join */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_thread_join(apr_status_t *retval, apr_thread_t *thd); /** * force the current thread to yield the processor */ APR_DECLARE(void) apr_thread_yield(void); /** * Initialize the control variable for apr_thread_once. If this isn't * called, apr_initialize won't work. * @param control The control variable to initialize * @param p The pool to allocate data from. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_thread_once_init(apr_thread_once_t **control, apr_pool_t *p); /** * Run the specified function one time, regardless of how many threads * call it. * @param control The control variable. The same variable should * be passed in each time the function is tried to be * called. This is how the underlying functions determine * if the function has ever been called before. * @param func The function to call. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_thread_once(apr_thread_once_t *control, void (*func)(void)); /** * detach a thread * @param thd The thread to detach */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_thread_detach(apr_thread_t *thd); /** * Return the pool associated with the current thread. * @param data The user data associated with the thread. * @param key The key to associate with the data * @param thread The currently open thread. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_thread_data_get(void **data, const char *key, apr_thread_t *thread); /** * Return the pool associated with the current thread. * @param data The user data to associate with the thread. * @param key The key to use for associating the data with the thread * @param cleanup The cleanup routine to use when the thread is destroyed. * @param thread The currently open thread. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_thread_data_set(void *data, const char *key, apr_status_t (*cleanup) (void *), apr_thread_t *thread); /** * Create and initialize a new thread private address space * @param key The thread private handle. * @param dest The destructor to use when freeing the private memory. * @param cont The pool to use */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_threadkey_private_create(apr_threadkey_t **key, void (*dest)(void *), apr_pool_t *cont); /** * Get a pointer to the thread private memory * @param new_mem The data stored in private memory * @param key The handle for the desired thread private memory */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_threadkey_private_get(void **new_mem, apr_threadkey_t *key); /** * Set the data to be stored in thread private memory * @param priv The data to be stored in private memory * @param key The handle for the desired thread private memory */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_threadkey_private_set(void *priv, apr_threadkey_t *key); /** * Free the thread private memory * @param key The handle for the desired thread private memory */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_threadkey_private_delete(apr_threadkey_t *key); /** * Return the pool associated with the current threadkey. * @param data The user data associated with the threadkey. * @param key The key associated with the data * @param threadkey The currently open threadkey. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_threadkey_data_get(void **data, const char *key, apr_threadkey_t *threadkey); /** * Return the pool associated with the current threadkey. * @param data The data to set. * @param key The key to associate with the data. * @param cleanup The cleanup routine to use when the file is destroyed. * @param threadkey The currently open threadkey. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_threadkey_data_set(void *data, const char *key, apr_status_t (*cleanup) (void *), apr_threadkey_t *threadkey); #endif /** * Create and initialize a new procattr variable * @param new_attr The newly created procattr. * @param cont The pool to use */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_procattr_create(apr_procattr_t **new_attr, apr_pool_t *cont); /** * Determine if any of stdin, stdout, or stderr should be linked to pipes * when starting a child process. * @param attr The procattr we care about. * @param in Should stdin be a pipe back to the parent? * @param out Should stdout be a pipe back to the parent? * @param err Should stderr be a pipe back to the parent? */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_procattr_io_set(apr_procattr_t *attr, apr_int32_t in, apr_int32_t out, apr_int32_t err); /** * Set the child_in and/or parent_in values to existing apr_file_t values. * @param attr The procattr we care about. * @param child_in apr_file_t value to use as child_in. Must be a valid file. * @param parent_in apr_file_t value to use as parent_in. Must be a valid file. * @remark This is NOT a required initializer function. This is * useful if you have already opened a pipe (or multiple files) * that you wish to use, perhaps persistently across multiple * process invocations - such as a log file. You can save some * extra function calls by not creating your own pipe since this * creates one in the process space for you. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_procattr_child_in_set(struct apr_procattr_t *attr, apr_file_t *child_in, apr_file_t *parent_in); /** * Set the child_out and parent_out values to existing apr_file_t values. * @param attr The procattr we care about. * @param child_out apr_file_t value to use as child_out. Must be a valid file. * @param parent_out apr_file_t value to use as parent_out. Must be a valid file. * @remark This is NOT a required initializer function. This is * useful if you have already opened a pipe (or multiple files) * that you wish to use, perhaps persistently across multiple * process invocations - such as a log file. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_procattr_child_out_set(struct apr_procattr_t *attr, apr_file_t *child_out, apr_file_t *parent_out); /** * Set the child_err and parent_err values to existing apr_file_t values. * @param attr The procattr we care about. * @param child_err apr_file_t value to use as child_err. Must be a valid file. * @param parent_err apr_file_t value to use as parent_err. Must be a valid file. * @remark This is NOT a required initializer function. This is * useful if you have already opened a pipe (or multiple files) * that you wish to use, perhaps persistently across multiple * process invocations - such as a log file. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_procattr_child_err_set(struct apr_procattr_t *attr, apr_file_t *child_err, apr_file_t *parent_err); /** * Set which directory the child process should start executing in. * @param attr The procattr we care about. * @param dir Which dir to start in. By default, this is the same dir as * the parent currently resides in, when the createprocess call * is made. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_procattr_dir_set(apr_procattr_t *attr, const char *dir); /** * Set what type of command the child process will call. * @param attr The procattr we care about. * @param cmd The type of command. One of: * <PRE> * APR_SHELLCMD -- Anything that the shell can handle * APR_PROGRAM -- Executable program (default) * APR_PROGRAM_ENV -- Executable program, copy environment * APR_PROGRAM_PATH -- Executable program on PATH, copy env * </PRE> */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_procattr_cmdtype_set(apr_procattr_t *attr, apr_cmdtype_e cmd); /** * Determine if the child should start in detached state. * @param attr The procattr we care about. * @param detach Should the child start in detached state? Default is no. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_procattr_detach_set(apr_procattr_t *attr, apr_int32_t detach); #if APR_HAVE_STRUCT_RLIMIT /** * Set the Resource Utilization limits when starting a new process. * @param attr The procattr we care about. * @param what Which limit to set, one of: * <PRE> * APR_LIMIT_CPU * APR_LIMIT_MEM * APR_LIMIT_NPROC * APR_LIMIT_NOFILE * </PRE> * @param limit Value to set the limit to. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_procattr_limit_set(apr_procattr_t *attr, apr_int32_t what, struct rlimit *limit); #endif /** * Specify an error function to be called in the child process if APR * encounters an error in the child prior to running the specified program. * @param attr The procattr describing the child process to be created. * @param errfn The function to call in the child process. * @remark At the present time, it will only be called from apr_proc_create() * on platforms where fork() is used. It will never be called on other * platforms, on those platforms apr_proc_create() will return the error * in the parent process rather than invoke the callback in the now-forked * child process. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_procattr_child_errfn_set(apr_procattr_t *attr, apr_child_errfn_t *errfn); /** * Specify that apr_proc_create() should do whatever it can to report * failures to the caller of apr_proc_create(), rather than find out in * the child. * @param attr The procattr describing the child process to be created. * @param chk Flag to indicate whether or not extra work should be done * to try to report failures to the caller. * @remark This flag only affects apr_proc_create() on platforms where * fork() is used. This leads to extra overhead in the calling * process, but that may help the application handle such * errors more gracefully. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_procattr_error_check_set(apr_procattr_t *attr, apr_int32_t chk); /** * Determine if the child should start in its own address space or using the * current one from its parent * @param attr The procattr we care about. * @param addrspace Should the child start in its own address space? Default * is no on NetWare and yes on other platforms. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_procattr_addrspace_set(apr_procattr_t *attr, apr_int32_t addrspace); /** * Set the username used for running process * @param attr The procattr we care about. * @param username The username used * @param password User password if needed. Password is needed on WIN32 * or any other platform having * APR_PROCATTR_USER_SET_REQUIRES_PASSWORD set. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_procattr_user_set(apr_procattr_t *attr, const char *username, const char *password); /** * Set the group used for running process * @param attr The procattr we care about. * @param groupname The group name used */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_procattr_group_set(apr_procattr_t *attr, const char *groupname); #if APR_HAS_FORK /** * This is currently the only non-portable call in APR. This executes * a standard unix fork. * @param proc The resulting process handle. * @param cont The pool to use. * @remark returns APR_INCHILD for the child, and APR_INPARENT for the parent * or an error. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_proc_fork(apr_proc_t *proc, apr_pool_t *cont); #endif /** * Create a new process and execute a new program within that process. * @param new_proc The resulting process handle. * @param progname The program to run * @param args the arguments to pass to the new program. The first * one should be the program name. * @param env The new environment table for the new process. This * should be a list of NULL-terminated strings. This argument * is ignored for APR_PROGRAM_ENV, APR_PROGRAM_PATH, and * APR_SHELLCMD_ENV types of commands. * @param attr the procattr we should use to determine how to create the new * process * @param pool The pool to use. * @note This function returns without waiting for the new process to terminate; * use apr_proc_wait for that. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_proc_create(apr_proc_t *new_proc, const char *progname, const char * const *args, const char * const *env, apr_procattr_t *attr, apr_pool_t *pool); /** * Wait for a child process to die * @param proc The process handle that corresponds to the desired child process * @param exitcode The returned exit status of the child, if a child process * dies, or the signal that caused the child to die. * On platforms that don't support obtaining this information, * the status parameter will be returned as APR_ENOTIMPL. * @param exitwhy Why the child died, the bitwise or of: * <PRE> * APR_PROC_EXIT -- process terminated normally * APR_PROC_SIGNAL -- process was killed by a signal * APR_PROC_SIGNAL_CORE -- process was killed by a signal, and * generated a core dump. * </PRE> * @param waithow How should we wait. One of: * <PRE> * APR_WAIT -- block until the child process dies. * APR_NOWAIT -- return immediately regardless of if the * child is dead or not. * </PRE> * @remark The childs status is in the return code to this process. It is one of: * <PRE> * APR_CHILD_DONE -- child is no longer running. * APR_CHILD_NOTDONE -- child is still running. * </PRE> */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_proc_wait(apr_proc_t *proc, int *exitcode, apr_exit_why_e *exitwhy, apr_wait_how_e waithow); /** * Wait for any current child process to die and return information * about that child. * @param proc Pointer to NULL on entry, will be filled out with child's * information * @param exitcode The returned exit status of the child, if a child process * dies, or the signal that caused the child to die. * On platforms that don't support obtaining this information, * the status parameter will be returned as APR_ENOTIMPL. * @param exitwhy Why the child died, the bitwise or of: * <PRE> * APR_PROC_EXIT -- process terminated normally * APR_PROC_SIGNAL -- process was killed by a signal * APR_PROC_SIGNAL_CORE -- process was killed by a signal, and * generated a core dump. * </PRE> * @param waithow How should we wait. One of: * <PRE> * APR_WAIT -- block until the child process dies. * APR_NOWAIT -- return immediately regardless of if the * child is dead or not. * </PRE> * @param p Pool to allocate child information out of. * @bug Passing proc as a *proc rather than **proc was an odd choice * for some platforms... this should be revisited in 1.0 */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_proc_wait_all_procs(apr_proc_t *proc, int *exitcode, apr_exit_why_e *exitwhy, apr_wait_how_e waithow, apr_pool_t *p); #define APR_PROC_DETACH_FOREGROUND 0 /**< Do not detach */ #define APR_PROC_DETACH_DAEMONIZE 1 /**< Detach */ /** * Detach the process from the controlling terminal. * @param daemonize set to non-zero if the process should daemonize * and become a background process, else it will * stay in the foreground. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_proc_detach(int daemonize); /** * Register an other_child -- a child associated to its registered * maintence callback. This callback is invoked when the process * dies, is disconnected or disappears. * @param proc The child process to register. * @param maintenance maintenance is a function that is invoked with a * reason and the data pointer passed here. * @param data Opaque context data passed to the maintenance function. * @param write_fd An fd that is probed for writing. If it is ever unwritable * then the maintenance is invoked with reason * OC_REASON_UNWRITABLE. * @param p The pool to use for allocating memory. * @bug write_fd duplicates the proc->out stream, it's really redundant * and should be replaced in the APR 1.0 API with a bitflag of which * proc->in/out/err handles should be health checked. * @bug no platform currently tests the pipes health. */ APR_DECLARE(void) apr_proc_other_child_register(apr_proc_t *proc, void (*maintenance) (int reason, void *, int status), void *data, apr_file_t *write_fd, apr_pool_t *p); /** * Stop watching the specified other child. * @param data The data to pass to the maintenance function. This is * used to find the process to unregister. * @warning Since this can be called by a maintenance function while we're * scanning the other_children list, all scanners should protect * themself by loading ocr->next before calling any maintenance * function. */ APR_DECLARE(void) apr_proc_other_child_unregister(void *data); /** * Notify the maintenance callback of a registered other child process * that application has detected an event, such as death. * @param proc The process to check * @param reason The reason code to pass to the maintenance function * @param status The status to pass to the maintenance function * @remark An example of code using this behavior; * <pre> * rv = apr_proc_wait_all_procs(&proc, &exitcode, &status, APR_WAIT, p); * if (APR_STATUS_IS_CHILD_DONE(rv)) { * #if APR_HAS_OTHER_CHILD * if (apr_proc_other_child_alert(&proc, APR_OC_REASON_DEATH, status) * == APR_SUCCESS) { * ; (already handled) * } * else * #endif * [... handling non-otherchild processes death ...] * </pre> */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_proc_other_child_alert(apr_proc_t *proc, int reason, int status); /** * Test one specific other child processes and invoke the maintenance callback * with the appropriate reason code, if still running, or the appropriate reason * code if the process is no longer healthy. * @param ocr The registered other child * @param reason The reason code (e.g. APR_OC_REASON_RESTART) if still running */ APR_DECLARE(void) apr_proc_other_child_refresh(apr_other_child_rec_t *ocr, int reason); /** * Test all registered other child processes and invoke the maintenance callback * with the appropriate reason code, if still running, or the appropriate reason * code if the process is no longer healthy. * @param reason The reason code (e.g. APR_OC_REASON_RESTART) to running processes */ APR_DECLARE(void) apr_proc_other_child_refresh_all(int reason); /** * Terminate a process. * @param proc The process to terminate. * @param sig How to kill the process. */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_proc_kill(apr_proc_t *proc, int sig); /** * Register a process to be killed when a pool dies. * @param a The pool to use to define the processes lifetime * @param proc The process to register * @param how How to kill the process, one of: * <PRE> * APR_KILL_NEVER -- process is never sent any signals * APR_KILL_ALWAYS -- process is sent SIGKILL on apr_pool_t cleanup * APR_KILL_AFTER_TIMEOUT -- SIGTERM, wait 3 seconds, SIGKILL * APR_JUST_WAIT -- wait forever for the process to complete * APR_KILL_ONLY_ONCE -- send SIGTERM and then wait * </PRE> */ APR_DECLARE(void) apr_pool_note_subprocess(apr_pool_t *a, apr_proc_t *proc, apr_kill_conditions_e how); #if APR_HAS_THREADS #if (APR_HAVE_SIGWAIT || APR_HAVE_SIGSUSPEND) && !defined(OS2) /** * Setup the process for a single thread to be used for all signal handling. * @warning This must be called before any threads are created */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_setup_signal_thread(void); /** * Make the current thread listen for signals. This thread will loop * forever, calling a provided function whenever it receives a signal. That * functions should return 1 if the signal has been handled, 0 otherwise. * @param signal_handler The function to call when a signal is received * apr_status_t apr_signal_thread((int)(*signal_handler)(int signum)) */ APR_DECLARE(apr_status_t) apr_signal_thread(int(*signal_handler)(int signum)); #endif /* (APR_HAVE_SIGWAIT || APR_HAVE_SIGSUSPEND) && !defined(OS2) */ /** * Get the child-pool used by the thread from the thread info. * @return apr_pool_t the pool */ APR_POOL_DECLARE_ACCESSOR(thread); #endif /* APR_HAS_THREADS */ /** @} */ #ifdef __cplusplus } #endif #endif /* ! APR_THREAD_PROC_H */