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Old 09-16-2015, 12:08 AM   #1
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can pthread be preemptive ?


Hi all,

I have read about that pthread (or in general, userland threads) are cooperative. Is it true? Is there a "preemptive mode" for pthread?

Thanks,
Wei Xu
 
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On linux (using pthreads) they are treated as separate processes.

You can see that using "ps -eLf", "ps axms" or "top -H". Each thread is scheduled independently by the kernel.
 
  


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