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class NonePIDFile: (source)
PID file implementation that does nothing.
This is meant to be used as a "active None" object in place of a PID file when no PID file is desired.
||Enter a context using this PIDFile.|
||Exit a context using this PIDFile.|
||Determine whether there is a running process corresponding to the PID in this PID file.|
||Read the process ID stored in this PID file.|
||Remove this PID file.|
||Store the PID of the current process in this PID file.|
||Store a PID in this PID file.|
Optional[): (source) ¶
Exit a context using this PIDFile.
Removes the PID file.
Determine whether there is a running process corresponding to the PID in this PID file.
|True if this PID file contains a PID and a process with that PID is currently running; false otherwise.|
|If this PID file cannot be read.|
|If this PID file's content is invalid.|
|If this PID file's content refers to a PID for which there is no corresponding running process.|