Enum task::RunState

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pub enum RunState {
    Initing,
    Runnable,
    Blocked,
    Exited,
    Reaped,
}
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The set of possible runstates that a task can be in, e.g., runnable, blocked, exited, etc.

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Initing

in the midst of setting up the task

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Runnable

able to be scheduled in, but not necessarily currently running. To check whether it is currently running, use is_running

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Blocked

blocked on something, like I/O or a wait event

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Exited

The Task has exited and can no longer be run, either by running to completion or being killed.

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Reaped

This Task had already exited and its ExitValue has been taken; its exit value can only be taken once, and consumed by another Task. This Task is now useless, and can be deleted and removed from the Task list.

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