CHILD PROCESS (1) THIEMANN FAMILY INFORMATION CHILD PROCESS (1) SUMMARY A child process with PID "------ ------ Thiemann" has been successfully spawned. While the process is not yet ready for completely standalone deployment, it operates within all expected parameters. DESCRIPTION On --- -- Aug 2012 --:-- CEST, a child process was successfully spawned from two parent processes. The new process was given a PID of "------ ------ Thiemann". All parameters are within design specifications, as are the parameters of the parent processes. Note that the new process is not functioning as a completely independent unit yet, but relies on I/O processing by the parent processes; in particular, the flushed output functionality is not yet present, and instead uses buffered output where the buffers are emptied by the parent processes. Input is taken exclusively from one of the parent processes. Furthermore, the self-diagnosis functionality is currently limited to a one-bit sonic indicator; if this indicator is activated, it is left to the parent processes to determine if I/O needs to be serviced or if the current operating environment is incompatible. When not performing I/O, the new process spends a considerable amount of time in the sleep state. A visualization of the process is appended to the report, showing the interaction of the new process with its parent processes. BUGS As of yet, no bugs have been found in the system that merit intervention by either the parent processes or the operating system. However, it is expected as the process interacts with the greater system environment, some abnormal processing states may occur, but it is expected that the self-repair functions will be fully functional by that time.
I know the "thing to do" these days is to have a facebook page, twitter account, email address, etc. for a new kid set up. Well, this kid's information will be off the net for as long as possible, until he is capable of understanding and deciding for himself. But watch out world once he gets his hands on a soldering iron and/or a compiler!