Bryan O'Donoghue wrote:
> On Suse 9.1 pthread_self() returns a positive number, top shows
> something like 15 threads running life is good.
>> When I take the same sources from CVS, check them out to a Whitebox
> linux install (no patches), build and run the resulting binary.
>> top shows one running process.
> pthread_self() returns a negative number.
>> My first question is, does anybody know what this is.
>> My second question is, would this be the behavious on RH* ?
>> I've asked uncle google about this, but, it's having none of it.
It's most likely NPTL. With redhat from 9 upwards, each thread doesn't
show up as a new process.
Not sure why pthread_self returns a negative number.. maybe it's
returning an unsigned int?
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