Peter Steele wrote:
I create a thread using something like this:
pthread_create(&thread, NULL, mythread, NULL);
I use the detach because I want to make sure the thread's resource are reclaimed when the thread completes. However, this does not seem to work. Each time I create a thread the application's memory footprint grows by 128 bytes and this memory is never released.
Am I doing this right?
From man pthread_detach:
The *pthread_detach*() function indicates that system resources for the
specified /thread/ should be reclaimed when the thread ends. If the
thread is already ended, resources are reclaimed immediately. *This
routine does not cause the thread to end.
*So, unless your 'mythread' routine has successfully completed, the
associated resources will not be reclaimed.
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