[Tutor] 答复: One basic question about the Python's PID of Process object.
guanghua.han at huawei.com
Tue Aug 30 02:29:29 CEST 2011
Thanks for your help.
Now I think I found the reason why os.getpid() returns the same PID value for the Process object, because Process object is NOT the standard Python's process which is adapted by a library called SimPy.(Simulation with Python).
Han / Henrry
发件人: tutor-bounces+guanghua.han=huawei.com at python.org [mailto:tutor-bounces+guanghua.han=huawei.com at python.org] 代表 Lisi
发送时间: 2011年8月29日 17:12
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主题: Re: [Tutor] One basic question about the Python's PID of Process object.
On Monday 29 August 2011 07:17:51 Han Guanghua wrote:
> 2. Second question: When I changed the os.getpid() to os.getppid() or
> self. _pid, the Python’s interpreter generates some error message like
> “Customer object has no attribute ‘_pid’”.
I'm very much a beginner myself, but I am sure that someone will correct me if
I am wrong. Should it not be self.pid rather than self._pid?
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