> On 07/27/2017 22:43, Hermann Meyer wrote:
>>> Jack thread only connects with the actual client code through the
>>> process() callback.
>> You need at least connect a shutdown callback
>> jack_shutdown (void *arg)
>> // clean up your client
>> exit (1);
> I do have shutdown callback. Instead of exit(1), I schedule a timer
> event and connect again.
> The major problem is why does the process get zombified in the first
Not unlikely a error in your code, but, without seeing it, hard to say. ;-)
On 07/27/2017 23:27, Hermann Meyer wrote:
> Not unlikely a error in your code, but, without seeing it, hard to
> say. ;-)
> Maybe, for example you refer somewhere to your jack_client_t* pointer
> after shutdown, which isn't valid any more then, . . .
But I am talking about the zombification problem that happens before