Threads primer: a guide to multithreaded programming
Providing an overview of the Solaris and POSIX multithreading architectures, this book explains threads at a level that is completely accessible to programmers and system architects with no previous knowledge of threads. Covers the business and technical benefits of threaded programs, along with discussions of third party software that is threaded, pointing out the benefits. For programmers, system architects, and technical programmer managers.
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Figure 24 Relationship Between a Process and Threads
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attr bound thread buffer cleanup handler Code Example completing successfully concurrency condition variable context switch corresponding error number corresponding value created thread critical section deadlock Debugger default EINVAL The value errno execution exit status fails and returns Figure following conditions occur FORTRAN global variable illegal address include pthread.h indicate the error initialized kernel LockLint loop main thread Matrix Multiplication MT program MT safe multithreaded programs mutex lock mutex variable NULL number is returned number of threads operating system POSIX threads priority priority inversion process structure processor pthread_cond_wait race condition reader/writer lock real-time release returned to indicate returns the corresponding returns zero routine runnable scheduling policy semaphore server signal handler signal mask sigwait Solaris threads API SPARCstation specified spin lock stack SunSoft synchronization variables thr_create thr_create(NULL Thread Analyzer thread_t thread-specific data thread.h threads library UNIX void waiting write zero after completing