Parent Thread Of Child Thread
Suppose a process creates some threads say threadC and threadD.
Later on each of these threads create new child threads say threadC1, threadC2, threadC3 etc. So a tree of threads will get created.
Is there any way to find out the parent thread of one such... (1 Reply)
I, have an output with 3 different values each below the other like:
# echo $bla
Each value is in one line and for the further processing I need every single value.
For example is there a way to grep line 2, like:
# echo $bla | grep --line 2
Thank you in... (6 Replies)
how about asynchronous canceling?
or with signal?
if with signal whether it effects the process?
my english so badly :( :( (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: alan.zhao
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PTHREAD_EQUAL(3) Linux Programmer's Manual PTHREAD_EQUAL(3)NAME
pthread_equal - compare thread IDs
int pthread_equal(pthread_t t1, pthread_t t2);
Compile and link with -pthread.
The pthread_equal() function compares two thread identifiers.
If the two thread IDs are equal, pthread_equal() returns a nonzero value; otherwise, it returns 0.
This function always succeeds.
The pthread_equal() function is necessary because thread IDs should be considered opaque: there is no portable way for applications to
directly compare two pthread_t values.
SEE ALSO pthread_create(3), pthread_self(3), pthreads(7)COLOPHON
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