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Message 8935 - Posted: 12 Jun 2023, 10:35:56 UTC

We are still trying to fix the suspend linux wrapper issue but no progress yet.

A short conclusion so far:

- the latest boinc wrapper code is working with suspend
- suspend is working on BOINC client (view status) but status failed in background on wrapper and app (running further)
- linux and windows source code (without the latest changes) are the same where suspend is working on windows

If you have some experiences with c++ and BOINC let me know. The current wrapper source code can be found here https://srbase.my-firewall.org/sr5/forum_thread.php?id=360&postid=8934

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Message 8936 - Posted: 12 Jun 2023, 11:34:32 UTC

May be I'm wrong, but I can try to tell that may be a difference from the sleep() function from Windows and Linux.

In Windows the sleep(x) means x/1000 seconds I'm not sure if also in Linux has the same meaning.

In the past I had a discussion with a Linux programmer for a Boinc project for his graduate thesis and I remember a difference from the two functions.

If this is not the solution, I'sorry

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Message 8937 - Posted: 12 Jun 2023, 11:45:44 UTC - in response to Message 8936.

May be I'm wrong, but I can try to tell that may be a difference from the sleep() function from Windows and Linux.

In Windows the sleep(x) means x/1000 seconds I'm not sure if also in Linux has the same meaning.

In the past I had a discussion with a Linux programmer for a Boinc project for his graduate thesis and I remember a difference from the two functions.

If this is not the solution, I'sorry


Its the same in linux.

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Message 8939 - Posted: 14 Jun 2023, 14:06:10 UTC
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It may or may not be helpful.

>By default, waitpid() waits only for terminated children, but this behavior is modifiable via the options argument, as described below.
https://linux.die.net/man/2/waitpid

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Sorry, I've made a mistake. Just ignore this, please.


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