signal

Signals in Linux

Timeout

1.0 Signals

Signals are software interrupts that are delivered to a process by the kernel. A signal indicates that an event has occurred and the process must take note of it. A signal is delivered asynchronously to a process. Whatever the process was doing is suspended and the processing of the signal takes place immediately.… Read more

Threads

POSIX Threads Synchronization in C

1.0 POSIX Threads Synchronization

POSIX Threads provide multiple flows of execution within a process. The threads have their own stacks but share the global data and the heap. So the global variables are visible to multiple threads. Also, the threads need to synchronize their actions so that they jointly realize the overall objectives of the process they belong to.… Read more