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SubjectRe: Using getpid() often, another way? [was Re: clone() <-> getpid() bug in 2.6?]
Arjan van de Ven wrote:

>On Sun, 2004-06-06 at 17:38, Russell Leighton wrote:
>
>
>>I have a library that creates 2 threads using clone().
>>[NOTE: I can't use pthreads for a variety of reasons, mostly due
>>to the wacky signal handling rules...it turns out that using clone() is
>>cleaner for me anyway.]
>>
>>
>
>a library using clone sounds suspect to me, I can't imagine an app using
>pthreads being able to just use your library as a result.
>
Why? In what way would a program that uses pthreads interfere with
threads created using clone()?
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