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Programming with POSIX threads book

Programming with POSIX threads. David R. Butenhof

Programming with POSIX threads

ISBN: 9780201633924 | 398 pages | 10 Mb

Download Programming with POSIX threads

Programming with POSIX threads David R. Butenhof
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

Multi-Threading: Deadlock Tracer Utility: Tracing deadlocks in multi-threaded applications. Thread" is just a name for a basic software "thing" that can do work on a computer. From http://www.geeks3d.com/20100418/game-engine-multi-threading-programming-resources/Here is a collection of links that can be useful for multithreaded programming. It probably belongs in a unix programming forum (although posix threads are more widely available than unix, that is where they are used most often). Thread priorities and synchronisation is quite a thorny area and you need to be very careful you don't end up with priority inversion and cause deadlock. Introduction to Multi-Threaded Programming: A description of POSIX thread basics for C programmers. The easiest way I found to visualize the runtime behavior of POSIX threads is the combination of EzTrace and ViTE. Be useful for profiling multithreaded apps. Note to mods: this is not a C programming problem. I've used both POSIX threads (Pthreads) and Windows threads APIs, and I believe that Windows has the better programming model of the two. C++ language has no embedded multi-thread mechanisms, and unfortunately, we are forced to use external mechanisms, libraries, etc. This book is about "threads" and how to use them. A thread is smaller, faster, and more maneuverable than a traditional process. Both are available in Debian: $ sudo aptitude install eztrace vite.