Prevent demon form being killed, when device goes to SLEEP

by P@AR » Wed, 16 Feb 2011 02:09:39 GMT


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 Hello, I need help over here!
Hi I am developing a Linux application(deamon) written in C, for my
Android device.
I have configured my init.rc script to start the deamon when the
device is booted.
Everything works just fine when the device is booted and my demon
starts, but when the device "sleeps"(after ~30seconds)
it kills my deamon application. Do you have any Idea how to prevent my
deamon from being "killed"?
I want to make my deamon to be active all the time, just like other
processes (adb, init, .... etc)
Any idea, suggestion would help ???

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Re: Prevent demon form being killed, when device goes to SLEEP

by raja pavan » Wed, 16 Feb 2011 12:53:28 GMT


 "Killed" , lowmemorykiller has the power to kill processes, so lmk cuold be
behind this.

write /proc/1/oom_adj -16
This will prevent the lowmemorykiller driver from killing your process (if
lmk happens to be the reason)
Please let me know the result.







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Re: Prevent demon form being killed, when device goes to SLEEP

by P@AR » Mon, 21 Feb 2011 02:49:21 GMT


 Thanks for your reply.
Tomorrow I'll check if the lmk is the problem
I'll update you as soon as I have the results

BR





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