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pcntl_rfork

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pcntl_rforkManipulates process resources

Descrição

pcntl_rfork(int $flags, int $signal = 0): int

Manipulates process resources.

Parâmetros

flags

The flags parameter determines which resources of the invoking process (parent) are shared by the new process (child) or initialized to their default values.

flags is the logical OR of some subset of:

  • RFPROC: If set a new process is created; otherwise changes affect the current process.
  • RFNOWAIT: If set, the child process will be dissociated from the parent. Upon exit the child will not leave a status for the parent to collect.
  • RFFDG: If set, the invoker's file descriptor table is copied; otherwise the two processes share a single table.
  • RFCFDG: If set, the new process starts with a clean file descriptor table. Is mutually exclusive with RFFDG.
  • RFLINUXTHPN: If set, the kernel will return SIGUSR1 instead of SIGCHILD upon thread exit for the child. This is intended to do Linux clone exit parent notification.

signal

The signal number.

Valor Retornado

On success, the PID of the child process is returned in the parent's thread of execution, and a 0 is returned in the child's thread of execution. On failure, a -1 will be returned in the parent's context, no child process will be created, and a PHP error is raised.

Exemplos

Exemplo #1 pcntl_rfork() example

<?php

$pid 
pcntl_rfork(RFNOWAIT|RFTSIGZMBSIGUSR1);
if (
$pid 0) {
  
// This is the parent process.
  
var_dump($pid);
} else {
  
// This is the child process.
  
var_dump($pid);
  
sleep(2); // as the child does not wait, so we see its "pid"
}
?>

O exemplo acima irá imprimir algo similar à:

int(77093)
int(0)

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