I got a Resource Manager (RM) that starts up new processes when it gets a
message to do so.
My trouble is as follows.
The first time a send a message to the RM to start up a new process the
thing works properly.
After that point if a new message is catched by the RM to start up antoher
process the thing fails.
The RM works forever if the messages catched do not start up a new process.
The function I’m using to start up a process is either
The error message I got from a 2ond spawnl on is
memory fault (core dumped)
An important thing to point out is that the 1st process has already ended
when a new
message to start up another process is catched by the RM. So that, it’s not
that of I got
not enough available memory because of the 1st process is still running
So my question is, how can I start up processes indefinetly?
What am I forgetting to free memory after the 1st process has ended?
He may look like an idiot and talk like an idiot but
don’t let that fool you. He really is an idiot.
Juan Carlos Diaz y Carballo
School of Computer Science, Room 331
University of St Andrews, North Haugh
St Andrews, Fife, KY16 9SS
SCOTLAND - U.K.