Re: How to get the list of all my open file(descriptor)s and locks?
2012/9/19 Ismael Farfán <email@example.com>:
> Hello list
> From man 2 EXECVE
> "By default, file descriptors remain open across an execve()"
> And from man 2 FCNTL
> "Record locks are... preserved across an execve(2)."
> So the question:
> * If I execve a python script (from C), how can I retrieve the list of
> files, and optionally the list of locks, from within the execve(d)
> python process so that I can use them?
> Some more info:
> I'm working with exotic stuff like AIX and Solaris 10 (Windows and
> linux too :) and my lowest common denominator is python 2.3.
> From a standalone test within the interpreter I'd expect to get (at
> least) std(in/out/err).
> If more information is needed in order to help me, please let me know.
> Do not let me induce you to satisfy my curiosity, from an expectation,
> that I shall gratify yours. What I may judge proper to conceal, does
> not concern myself alone.
It seems like I can use os.fstat to find out if a fd exists and also
get it's type and mode (I'm getting some pipes too : )
I hope it's portable across platforms, if someone knows a better
solution please let me know.
Do not let me induce you to satisfy my curiosity, from an expectation,
that I shall gratify yours. What I may judge proper to conceal, does
not concern myself alone.
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