can anyone briefly explain why (and whether it is at all) recommended using "wake" option in our SLEEP calls?
<sleep 30 wake>
instead of :
I know what is the purpose of WAKE option , but I was wondering if omitting it increase a risk of instability and/or infinite "hang" of the Vortex script? Our scripts on Linux servers and there is no chance some of them are set to sleep for a long/indefinite period of time. Also, we never need another process/signal to wake them up, only time we have the need to "wake up" the script are rare occasion when we want to kill them and then we use the SIGTERM signal , which apparently does the job immediately, i.e. it doesn't wait for sleep to finish.