Zabbix Documentation 2.4

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manual:appendix:command_execution [2015/11/17 06:14]
martins-v steps 5-7 do not refer to remote commands as they are executed with a nowait flag; formatting
manual:appendix:command_execution [2015/11/17 06:16] (current)
martins-v UNIX -> Unix
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   - Zabbix sets the pipe as the output for the to-be-created child process   - Zabbix sets the pipe as the output for the to-be-created child process
   - Zabbix creates the child process (runs the command/​script)   - Zabbix creates the child process (runs the command/​script)
-  - A new process group (in UNIX) or a job (in Windows) is created for the child process+  - A new process group (in Unix) or a job (in Windows) is created for the child process
   - Zabbix reads from the pipe until timeout occurs or no one is writing to the other end (ALL handles/​file descriptors have been closed). Note that the child process can create more processes and exit before they exit or close the handle/file descriptor.   - Zabbix reads from the pipe until timeout occurs or no one is writing to the other end (ALL handles/​file descriptors have been closed). Note that the child process can create more processes and exit before they exit or close the handle/file descriptor.
   - If the timeout has not been reached, Zabbix waits until the initial child process exits or timeout occurs   - If the timeout has not been reached, Zabbix waits until the initial child process exits or timeout occurs