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  2. JENKINS-25053

Record process ID of spawned process on Windows

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      Follow-up to JENKINS-22249 for WindowsBatchScript.

      http://serverfault.com/questions/126502/how-to-get-own-process-pid-from-the-command-prompt-in-windows/126643#126643 is the only thing I can find for Windows. Ugly!

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            ganthore Mark Austin added a comment -

            With some modifications, perhaps using the process of capturing the PID from the attached bat script could help us track things better.

            AFAIK, the wmic command has been available for quite some time, should go as far back as windows xp and server 2003, so I doubt we'd cause noticeable breakage by calling out to this tool.

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            ganthore Mark Austin added a comment - With some modifications, perhaps using the process of capturing the PID from the attached bat script could help us track things better. AFAIK, the wmic command has been available for quite some time, should go as far back as windows xp and server 2003, so I doubt we'd cause noticeable breakage by calling out to this tool.
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            jglick Jesse Glick added a comment -

            As perĀ JENKINS-47791, do not do this; rather port the log liveness check.

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            jglick Jesse Glick added a comment - As perĀ  JENKINS-47791 , do not do this; rather port the log liveness check.

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