DOSHUTDOWNHOOKS(9) BSD Kernel Manual DOSHUTDOWNHOOKS(9)
doshutdownhooks - run all shutdown hooks
#include <sys/types.h> #include <sys/systm.h> void doshutdownhooks(void);
The doshutdownhooks() function invokes all shutdown hooks established us- ing the shutdownhook_establish(9) function. Shutdown hooks are called in reverse order, i.e., the shutdown hook established last will be called first. This function is called from boot(9) with interrupts turned off. It is called immediately before the system is halted or rebooted, after file systems have been unmounted, after the clock has been updated, and after a system dump has been done (if necessary). Shutdown hooks are, like startup hooks, implemented via the more general dohooks(9) API.
boot(9), dohooks(9), dostartuphooks(9), shutdownhook_establish(9) MirOS BSD #10-current November 13, 1995 1
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