pthread_condattr_setclock (3p) - Linux Man Pages
pthread_condattr_setclock: get and set
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pthread_condattr_getclock, pthread_condattr_setclock - get and set the clock selection condition variable attribute (ADVANCED REALTIME)
The pthread_condattr_getclock() function shall obtain the value of the clock attribute from the attributes object referenced by attr. The pthread_condattr_setclock() function shall set the clock attribute in an initialized attributes object referenced by attr. If pthread_condattr_setclock() is called with a clock_id argument that refers to a CPU-time clock, the call shall fail.
The clock attribute is the clock ID of the clock that shall be used to measure the timeout service of pthread_cond_timedwait(). The default value of the clock attribute shall refer to the system clock.
If successful, the pthread_condattr_getclock() function shall return zero and store the value of the clock attribute of attr into the object referenced by the clock_id argument. Otherwise, an error number shall be returned to indicate the error.
These functions may fail if:
The value specified by attr is invalid.
The pthread_condattr_setclock() function may fail if:
The value specified by clock_id does not refer to a known clock,
or is a CPU-time clock.
These functions shall not return an error code of [EINTR].
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