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#!./perl
# tests for both real and emulated fork()
BEGIN {
chdir 't' if -d 't';
@INC = '../lib';
require './test.pl';
require Config;
skip_all('no fork')
unless ($Config::Config{d_fork} or $Config::Config{d_pseudofork});
}
skip_all('fork/status problems on MPE/iX')
if $^O eq 'mpeix';
$|=1;
run_multiple_progs('', \*DATA);
done_testing();
__END__
$| = 1;
if ($cid = fork) {
sleep 1;
if ($result = (kill 9, $cid)) {
print "ok 2\n";
}
else {
print "not ok 2 $result\n";
}
sleep 1 if $^O eq 'MSWin32'; # avoid WinNT race bug
}
else {
print "ok 1\n";
sleep 10;
}
EXPECT
OPTION random
ok 1
ok 2
########
$| = 1;
if ($cid = fork) {
sleep 1;
print "not " unless kill 'INT', $cid;
print "ok 2\n";
}
else {
# XXX On Windows the default signal handler kills the
# XXX whole process, not just the thread (pseudo-process)
$SIG{INT} = sub { exit };
print "ok 1\n";
sleep 5;
die;
}
EXPECT
OPTION random
ok 1
ok 2
########
$| = 1;
sub forkit {
print "iteration $i start\n";
my $x = fork;
if (defined $x) {
if ($x) {
print "iteration $i parent\n";
}
else {
print "iteration $i child\n";
}
}
else {
print "pid $$ failed to fork\n";
}
}
while ($i++ < 3) { do { forkit(); }; }
EXPECT
OPTION random
iteration 1 start
iteration 1 parent
iteration 1 child
iteration 2 start
iteration 2 parent
iteration 2 child
iteration 2 start
iteration 2 parent
iteration 2 child
iteration 3 start
iteration 3 parent
iteration 3 child
iteration 3 start
iteration 3 parent
iteration 3 child
iteration 3 start
iteration 3 parent
iteration 3 child
iteration 3 start
iteration 3 parent
iteration 3 child
########
$| = 1;
fork()
? (print("parent\n"),sleep(1))
: (print("child\n"),exit) ;
EXPECT
OPTION random
parent
child
########
$| = 1;
fork()
? (print("parent\n"),exit)
: (print("child\n"),sleep(1)) ;
EXPECT
OPTION random
parent
child
########
$| = 1;
@a = (1..3);
for (@a) {
if (fork) {
print "parent $_\n";
$_ = "[$_]";
}
else {
print "child $_\n";
$_ = "-$_-";
}
}
print "@a\n";
EXPECT
OPTION random
parent 1
child 1
parent 2
child 2
parent 2
child 2
parent 3
child 3
parent 3
child 3
parent 3
child 3
parent 3
child 3
[1] [2] [3]
-1- [2] [3]
[1] -2- [3]
[1] [2] -3-
-1- -2- [3]
-1- [2] -3-
[1] -2- -3-
-1- -2- -3-
########
$| = 1;
foreach my $c (1,2,3) {
if (fork) {
print "parent $c\n";
}
else {
print "child $c\n";
exit;
}
}
while (wait() != -1) { print "waited\n" }
EXPECT
OPTION random
child 1
child 2
child 3
parent 1
parent 2
parent 3
waited
waited
waited
########
use Config;
$| = 1;
$\ = "\n";
fork()
? print($Config{osname} eq $^O)
: print($Config{osname} eq $^O) ;
EXPECT
OPTION random
1
1
########
$| = 1;
$\ = "\n";
fork()
? do { require Config; print($Config::Config{osname} eq $^O); }
: do { require Config; print($Config::Config{osname} eq $^O); }
EXPECT
OPTION random
1
1
########
$| = 1;
use Cwd;
my $cwd = cwd(); # Make sure we load Win32.pm while "../lib" still works.
$\ = "\n";
my $dir;
if (fork) {
$dir = "f$$.tst";
mkdir $dir, 0755;
chdir $dir;
print cwd() =~ /\Q$dir/i ? "ok 1 parent" : "not ok 1 parent";
chdir "..";
rmdir $dir;
}
else {
sleep 2;
$dir = "f$$.tst";
mkdir $dir, 0755;
chdir $dir;
print cwd() =~ /\Q$dir/i ? "ok 1 child" : "not ok 1 child";
chdir "..";
rmdir $dir;
}
EXPECT
OPTION random
ok 1 parent
ok 1 child
########
$| = 1;
$\ = "\n";
my $getenv;
if ($^O eq 'MSWin32' || $^O eq 'NetWare') {
$getenv = qq[$^X -e "print \$ENV{TST}"];
}
else {
$getenv = qq[$^X -e 'print \$ENV{TST}'];
}
$ENV{TST} = 'foo';
if (fork) {
sleep 1;
print "parent before: " . `$getenv`;
$ENV{TST} = 'bar';
print "parent after: " . `$getenv`;
}
else {
print "child before: " . `$getenv`;
$ENV{TST} = 'baz';
print "child after: " . `$getenv`;
}
EXPECT
OPTION random
child before: foo
child after: baz
parent before: foo
parent after: bar
########
$| = 1;
$\ = "\n";
if ($pid = fork) {
waitpid($pid,0);
print "parent got $?"
}
else {
exit(42);
}
EXPECT
OPTION random
parent got 10752
########
$| = 1;
$\ = "\n";
my $echo = 'echo';
if ($pid = fork) {
waitpid($pid,0);
print "parent got $?"
}
else {
exec("$echo foo");
}
EXPECT
OPTION random
foo
parent got 0
########
if (fork) {
die "parent died";
}
else {
die "child died";
}
EXPECT
OPTION random
parent died at - line 2.
child died at - line 5.
########
if ($pid = fork) {
eval { die "parent died" };
print $@;
}
else {
eval { die "child died" };
print $@;
}
EXPECT
OPTION random
parent died at - line 2.
child died at - line 6.
########
if (eval q{$pid = fork}) {
eval q{ die "parent died" };
print $@;
}
else {
eval q{ die "child died" };
print $@;
}
EXPECT
OPTION random
parent died at (eval 2) line 1.
child died at (eval 2) line 1.
########
BEGIN {
$| = 1;
fork and exit;
print "inner\n";
}
# XXX In emulated fork(), the child will not execute anything after
# the BEGIN block, due to difficulties in recreating the parse stacks
# and restarting yyparse() midstream in the child. This can potentially
# be overcome by treating what's after the BEGIN{} as a brand new parse.
#print "outer\n"
EXPECT
OPTION random
inner
########
sub pipe_to_fork ($$) {
my $parent = shift;
my $child = shift;
pipe($child, $parent) or die;
my $pid = fork();
die "fork() failed: $!" unless defined $pid;
close($pid ? $child : $parent);
$pid;
}
if (pipe_to_fork('PARENT','CHILD')) {
# parent
print PARENT "pipe_to_fork\n";
close PARENT;
}
else {
# child
while (<CHILD>) { print; }
close CHILD;
exit;
}
sub pipe_from_fork ($$) {
my $parent = shift;
my $child = shift;
pipe($parent, $child) or die;
my $pid = fork();
die "fork() failed: $!" unless defined $pid;
close($pid ? $child : $parent);
$pid;
}
if (pipe_from_fork('PARENT','CHILD')) {
# parent
while (<PARENT>) { print; }
close PARENT;
}
else {
# child
print CHILD "pipe_from_fork\n";
close CHILD;
exit;
}
EXPECT
OPTION random
pipe_from_fork
pipe_to_fork
########
$|=1;
if ($pid = fork()) {
print "forked first kid\n";
print "waitpid() returned ok\n" if waitpid($pid,0) == $pid;
}
else {
print "first child\n";
exit(0);
}
if ($pid = fork()) {
print "forked second kid\n";
print "wait() returned ok\n" if wait() == $pid;
}
else {
print "second child\n";
exit(0);
}
EXPECT
OPTION random
forked first kid
first child
waitpid() returned ok
forked second kid
second child
wait() returned ok
########
pipe(RDR,WTR) or die $!;
my $pid = fork;
die "fork: $!" if !defined $pid;
if ($pid == 0) {
close RDR;
print WTR "STRING_FROM_CHILD\n";
close WTR;
} else {
close WTR;
chomp(my $string_from_child = <RDR>);
close RDR;
print $string_from_child eq "STRING_FROM_CHILD", "\n";
}
EXPECT
OPTION random
1
########
# [perl #39145] Perl_dounwind() crashing with Win32's fork() emulation
sub { @_ = 3; fork ? die "1\n" : die "1\n" }->(2);
EXPECT
OPTION random
1
1
########
# [perl #72604] @DB::args stops working across Win32 fork
$|=1;
sub f {
if ($pid = fork()) {
print "waitpid() returned ok\n" if waitpid($pid,0) == $pid;
}
else {
package DB;
my @c = caller(0);
print "child: called as [$c[3](", join(',',@DB::args), ")]\n";
exit(0);
}
}
f("foo", "bar");
EXPECT
OPTION random
child: called as [main::f(foo,bar)]
waitpid() returned ok
########
# Windows 2000: https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=66016#txn-908976
system $^X, "-e", "if (\$pid=fork){sleep 1;kill(9, \$pid)} else {sleep 5}";
print $?>>8, "\n";
EXPECT
0
########
# Windows 7: https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=66016#txn-908976
system $^X, "-e", "if (\$pid=fork){kill(9, \$pid)} else {sleep 5}";
print $?>>8, "\n";
EXPECT
0
########
# Windows fork() emulation: can we still waitpid() after signalling SIGTERM?
$|=1;
if (my $pid = fork) {
sleep 1;
print "1\n";
kill 'TERM', $pid;
waitpid($pid, 0);
print "4\n";
}
else {
$SIG{TERM} = sub { print "2\n" };
sleep 3;
print "3\n";
}
EXPECT
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