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2. handling SIGINT in shell scripts when executing another shell script.
I have a simple shell script foo1.sh that invokes another shell script
foo2.sh, something like below:
echo "## [$DATE_TIME] User interrupt ignored,"
trap SIGINT_handler 2
while executing foo1.sh, if the script receives SIGINT, how do I ignore
the SIGINT in foo2.sh ? somehow foo2.sh does not finish to completion
and is killed after receiving SIGINT. but foo1.sh is still executing.
Is there any way to trap this signal in the child script. ? Please
share your thots and inputs on this topic.
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