[OpenWrt-Devel] Observing procd progress
philipp_subx at redfish-solutions.com
Sun Feb 12 14:57:19 EST 2017
One thing I was wondering about was, on a headless system, but that does have an LCD display, is maybe capturing the progress of procd as it runs and displaying it on that LCD.
Looking at /var/log/messages, I see:
2017-02-12T05:49:52+00:00 Powercode kernel: 4.660666] procd: - early -
2017-02-12T05:49:52+00:00 Powercode kernel: 5.253264] procd: - watchdog -
2017-02-12T05:49:52+00:00 Powercode kernel: 5.256546] procd: - ubus -
2017-02-12T05:49:52+00:00 Powercode kernel: 5.323323] procd: - init -
2017-02-12T05:50:28+00:00 Powercode procd: - init complete -
and I see where those are generated in the procd source.
I don’t see where procd communicates (logs) it’s progress that we could attach an observer.
Maybe in q_initd_run() where the DEBUG(2, “start %s %s \n”…) happens, and in q_initd_complete() where the DEBUG(2, “stop %s %s \n”, …) happens?
Hmm… for that matter, I also don’t know where procd does a wait() or wait3() or waitpid() on the rc.d/ scripts...
I’m not sufficiently versed in procd to guess at how to go about this.
Anyone else know?
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