c++ - How to name a thread in Linux?

c++ - How to name a thread in Linux?

This question already has an answer here: How to set the name of a thread in Linux pthreads? 3 answers I have a multithreaded Linux application written in…


c++ - how to set a threadname in MacOSX

In Windows, it is possible to set the threadname via this code. The threadname is then shown in debuggers. In MacOSX, I have seen several hints which indicates that there are threadnames. I think the…


c - How to set the name of a thread in Linux pthreads?

Is there any way of setting the name of a thread in Linux? My main purpose is it would be helpful while debugging, and also nice if that name was exposed through e.g./proc/$PID/task/$TID/...…


Undefined reference to 'pthread_create' — linker command option order(libraries before/after object files?)

This question already has an answer here: Undefined reference to pthread_create in Linux 9 answers When I try to compile that, I receive a particular error…


Thread name longer than 15 chars?

By using functions like prctl, or pthread_set_name_np it's possible to change the name of a thread. The limit both functions imposes, at least in Linux 2.6.38, is that the name cannot be longer than 1…





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