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Subject: [Boost-users] Handling process termination
From: Shaginesh P.K.(NeSTIT) (Shaginesh.PK_at_[hidden])
Date: 2016-06-10 00:44:02
I am using boost library for logger. Seems pretty good.
Am using boost with asynchronous sink. Hence require a close down of sink explicitly. But this is not possible when process crashes.
Do boost have any mechanism for the same (Like handling the signals of OS and like stack dumps)?
What does boost prefer for unexpected termination of process where the logs will go out uncollected?
Could you please help me out of this?
Thanks and Regards
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