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well m facing a different sort of issue in my cron.
i hav set job like this
30 09 * * 1 /bin/backup14M
01 14 * * 1 /bin/backup14N
20 18 * * 1 /bin/backup14E
that is for every Monday at three different times.
but, first job executes well, later ones do not. I checked my... (13 Replies)
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Hello! I started studying studying about POSIX Threads a few days ago... so I am a little confused and I would appreciate some help!
I isolated this code... and I wonder if I could use threads in it!
#include <sys/time.h>... (1 Reply)
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consider the code below:
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void *thread_function( void *ptr );
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struct myStruct nico1; (2 Replies)
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What are the maximum number of threads possible per Process? Is it OS dependent? (1 Reply)
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How can I get the list of all Threads and the Total count of threads under a particular process ?
Do suggest !!
Awaiting for the replies !!
Varun:b: (2 Replies)
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I have a program that has two types of threads:
1) Reader threads
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Workers: These are CPU intensive. They do some computation... (5 Replies)
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1)Is there a way to write a program that will work on both solaris and intel based machines.
2)How can I achive this for a program that creates and synchronizes three threads.
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i am tring to sort lots of data thats in many columns by just one column but, if I use sort +16 inputfile the column fluctuates because some of the rows have spaces etc within the text, so the end result is just a mess as it jumps around the columns depending whether it has spaces or not ....ie... (2 Replies)
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i would like to see some of my olds post and threads so i can compile them for future use but when i tried to search all of my post some of them were not present. how can i have access from these threads?
thanks a lot! (1 Reply)
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Neo, if I have an old thread that is a few months old, and a few pages back in the forum it was posted in, is it ok to 'bump' it back to the front? or, would you rather i deleted the old thread, and just create a new one? btw the thread has no replies. (2 Replies)
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