pthread_condattr_setpshared (3p) - Linux Man Pages
pthread_condattr_setpshared: get and
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pthread_condattr_getpshared, pthread_condattr_setpshared - get and set the process-shared condition variable attributes
The pthread_condattr_getpshared() function shall obtain the value of the process-shared attribute from the attributes object referenced by attr. The pthread_condattr_setpshared() function shall set the process-shared attribute in an initialized attributes object referenced by attr.
The process-shared attribute is set to PTHREAD_PROCESS_SHARED to permit a condition variable to be operated upon by any thread that has access to the memory where the condition variable is allocated, even if the condition variable is allocated in memory that is shared by multiple processes. If the process-shared attribute is PTHREAD_PROCESS_PRIVATE, the condition variable shall only be operated upon by threads created within the same process as the thread that initialized the condition variable; if threads of differing processes attempt to operate on such a condition variable, the behavior is undefined. The default value of the attribute is PTHREAD_PROCESS_PRIVATE.
If successful, the pthread_condattr_setpshared() function shall return zero; otherwise, an error number shall be returned to indicate the error.
If successful, the pthread_condattr_getpshared() function shall return zero and store the value of the process-shared attribute of attr into the object referenced by the pshared parameter. Otherwise, an error number shall be returned to indicate the error.
The pthread_condattr_getpshared() and pthread_condattr_setpshared() functions may fail if:
The value specified by attr is invalid.
The pthread_condattr_setpshared() function may fail if:
The new value specified for the attribute is outside the range of
legal values for that attribute.
These functions shall not return an error code of [EINTR].
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