[Gc] GC synchronized with foreign or external threads?
Tue, 18 Nov 2003 15:00:08 -0800
A newer version of wrap.h is used by more recent versions of qprof, which
now have a real web site: https://www.hpl.hp.com/research/linux/qprof/ .
I would take the one out of version 0.4. Testing is still spotty, but any
bugs are probably fairly obvious cut-and-paste errors, and should be pretty
easy to fix. (Qprof uses it more extensively now, but not all with all
possible numbers of arguments.)
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> Subject: [Gc] GC synchronized with foreign or external threads?
> RH Linux 8.0, Boehm GC6.2
> Last July there was some discussion about allowing the GC to
> attach to
> threads from foreign pre-compiled modules (.so's). I'm interested in
> having foreign compiled .so's (which have pthread_create
> calls inside),
> be suspended while the GC runs in our application. These foreign
> threads will also call our API's. These API's create
> structures which
> reside in the GC heap. I'm really not interested in redirecting any
> existing malloc calls in those threads, only in suspending
> their threads
> while the GC runs. I have an API that foreign threads must
> call before
> creating the thread, at which point I could inject 'simulation' of a
> _REENTRANT and GC_LINUX_THREADS).
> Is the wrap.h implementation suggested last August still the
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