|THR_JOIN(3C)||Standard C Library Functions||THR_JOIN(3C)|
cc -mt [ flag... ] file...[ library... ] #include <thread.h> int thr_join(thread_t thread, thread_t *departed, void **status);
The thr_join() function suspends processing of the calling thread until the target thread completes. The thread argument must be a member of the current process and cannot be a detached thread. See thr_create(3C).
If two or more threads wait for the same thread to complete, all will suspend processing until the thread has terminated, and then one thread will return successfully and the others will return with an error of ESRCH. The thr_join() function will not block processing of the calling thread if the target thread has already terminated.
If a thr_join() call returns successfully with a non-null status argument, the value passed to thr_exit(3C) by the terminating thread will be placed in the location referenced by status.
If the target thread ID is 0, thr_join() finds and returns the status of a terminated undetached thread in the process. If no such thread exists, it suspends processing of the calling thread until a thread for which no other thread is waiting enters that state, at which time it returns successfully, or until all other threads in the process are either daemon threads or threads waiting in thr_join(), in which case it returns EDEADLK. See NOTES.
If departed is not NULL, it points to a location that is set to the ID of the terminated thread if thr_join() returns successfully.
If successful, thr_join() returns 0. Otherwise, an error number is returned to indicate the error.
See attributes(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:
|ATTRIBUTE TYPE||ATTRIBUTE VALUE|
Using thr_join(3C) in the following syntax,
while (thr_join(0, NULL, NULL) == 0);
will wait for the termination of all non-daemon threads, excluding threads that are themselves waiting in thr_join().
|March 27, 2000||OmniOS|