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Author tom_culliton
Recipients abo, astrand, dsagal, exarkun, gjb1002, gregory.p.smith, gvanrossum, nnorwitz, tom_culliton
Date 2008-03-24.17:24:30
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AIX, HP-UX, Solaris, 64 bit Linux, ...  Even in the Linux x86 header 
files there's a mix of int and short.  The last time I had to do the 
math on how long it would take the PID to cycle was probably on an AIX 
box and it was a very long time.

Jean-Paul Calderone wrote:
> Jean-Paul Calderone <> added the comment:
> Which system uses a 32 bit PID?  Not Linux, or FreeBSD, or OS X - they
> all use 16 bit PIDs.
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