Marcus G. Daniels
12 May 1997 23:09:06 -0700
>>>>> "MM" == Mike McDonald <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
MM> What's the point of going thru all of the trouble to make
MM> threads persistent if the first thing they do after restarting is
MM> croak? (Croak == Die/"Segment Fault" for you non US english
MM> speakers) Seems like a lot of work just so that when I boot my
MM> machine I can get a console full of error messages.
The threads won't croak, because they will be written with the realization
that some resources must be used with caution.