> It's most likely NPTL. With redhat from 9 upwards, each thread doesn't
> show up as a new process.
Yeah I suspected as much.
> Not sure why pthread_self returns a negative number.. maybe it's
> returning an unsigned int?
Hrmm I'm *printfing to "%ld" for a pthread_t type... can't find the
exact specification but, I'd suspect typedef pthread_t long exists
Funnily, I'd almost expect getpid() to return duff information as
opposed to pthread_self() under NPTL.
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