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SubjectRe: intermittent hangs with threads (clone() bug?/linuxthreads bug?)
On Tue, Jun 19, 2001 at 05:23:48PM -0400, Ed Connell wrote:

> If I run, for example, linuxthreads/Examples/ex1 (one thread prints 'a',
> one prints 'b') it will run fine. If I run it from a shell script
> (bash or ksh) with exec ex1
> it almost always hangs. When I do a "ps" I see the original "ex1" process
> plus another defunct "ex1" process with a higher pid. This defunct

and if you redirect output to /dev/null?

regards,

bert

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