1. GrandAdmiralThrawn

    Question about the renice command and threads

    I have a quick question about the use of the renice command on FreeBSD when working with multi-threaded applications. I've looked through the man pages and the web, but couldn't really find an answer anywhere. On Linux, renicing a process will not automatically renice all threads spawned by...
  2. H

    C tdq_runq_add

    Is MIN and MAX realtime in comment /* * This queue contains only priorities between MIN and MAX * realtime. Use the whole queue to represent these values. */ a typo or am I understanding it wrong? /* * Add a thread to the actual run-queue. Keeps transferable counts up to *...
  3. W

    Other [asm] [x86-64]Pure asm threads

    Hi. I'm trying to make a simple pure asm multi-threading app. There is a syscall 430 AUE_THR_CREATE STD { int thr_create(ucontext_t *ctx, long *id, int flags); } But I can't find any example how to use that, especially how to create context? Of course I can wrap it in C. But...
  4. T

    FreeBSD with Gnome 3 is too slow on my fast hardware.

    Hi all! Some time ago I decided to use FreeBSD as a workstation. Before this I have been using MS Windows. It was my dream to migrate to FreeBSD. Now I am using FreeBSD. I chose Gnome 3 classic view as it is enough modern and beauty for me. But I am not so happy, as I expected, of it now. My...
  5. A

    ftp server socket listen backlog is limited - "listen backlog limit Vs kernel maxfile limit"

    From ftp server code, we are limiting the connections to1024 (s.listen (1024) call), but when I do the sockstress tool test it overflowing the listen backlog limit to 12000+ connection. So my system reaching the kern.maxfile limit. Overflow scenario is Vulnerable to the system with sockstress...
  6. Petr Fischer

    Linux compatibility layer - ulimit - pthread_setschedparam failed: Operation not permitted

    Hello, I need to run some smalltalk VM, that uses thread for "heartbeat", and when I run this binary (VM), this error occurs: pthread_setschedparam failed: Operation not permitted Advice from VM developers are (this is advice for Linux!): 1) add file to dir /etc/security/limits.d/ with this...