Am 26.10.2021 um 16:06 schrieb Alan Campin <alan0307d@xxxxxxxxx>:
No, that is not how socket servers work. The socket server is justsitting and listening for connection requests. When it gets one it forks a
Okay. Now comes the interesting question: There is no fork() call in IBM
i. How exactly is this "forking" done?
That process receives the request and then spawns a new job to do theprocessing. That job is a pre-start job so it can start instantaneously.
You mean, it can *run* instantaneously, yes? What are the important bits
of the innards of a PJ program? I did not find information about that yet.
What triggers it to run instead just lingering around activated (by the
SBS?)? What needs to be done to make it go back to
activated-but-finished-with-work state? Especially in hindsight on C being
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