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[Condor-users] Condor - Console Application termination

Title: Condor - Console Application termination


Currently I am looking at trying to make our Fortran code recognise that it is being shutdown.  What extra interrupt signals do I need to recognise for termination under Condor on both Windows and Linux??

For Linux would it just be SIGTERM or SIGABRT?

Previously there had been a discussion on Condor termination of console applications on windows (about a year back IIRC).  It used some multi threaded method to capture WM_CLOSE.  Is this required for Condor under Windows??  If we have to capture WM_CLOSE, is there anyway to write a wrapper program that would check for WM_CLOSE, then pass a SIGTERM or SIGABRT to the program?

Any thoughts or help is greatly appreciated.



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