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Re: Question about SIGEMT under Cygwin

On 02/23/2010 01:41 AM, Paul McFerrin wrote:
This question is for Larry Hall.

Hi Paul. Actually, there are others on this list that could answer this question for you as well. Technically, a quick look at the code provides the answer. :-)

Does  signal SIGEMT mean anything
under Cygwin? I have a Webserver process (httpd) that is terminating
with a signal SIGEMT? When I looked at the code, I saw no use for
SIGEMT. I'm assuming the signal is generated external to the process.

That would have been my guess as well, given the nature of SIGEMT. But looking at the Cygwin DLL code, this signal is defined but not currently emitted.

Larry Hall                    
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