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Mohibur Rashid wrote:
but repeating PID by OS is my concern.

Well I am not a Linux expert but I can read documentation just as good as the next guy. The documentation states /proc/sys/kernel/pid_max defaults to 32786. It also states that the Linux kernel will not reuse a PID until complete wrap-around has occurred.

So if your server is spawning over 32786 processes every 30 minutes... Yes, PID reuse would be an issue for you. Otherwise you are OK.

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-David Delaune
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