Re: is malloc thread-safe??
- From: Nehil <nehilparashar@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 22 Jul 2007 04:09:40 -0700
On Jul 21, 6:44 pm, pete <pfil...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Chris Dollin wrote:
C doesn't have threads, so malloc is automatically thread-safe.
C has this to say about reentrancy,
"The functions in the standard library are not
guaranteed to be reentrant and may modify objects with
static storage duration."
A quick look at:
suggests that there is a connection between reentrancy
and thread safety, So I would say that malloc is not thread safe.
Thanks all, for your answers.
So malloc is NOT thread safe. But can i know some conditions which i
should consider to make my own function thread safe.
i've developd my own memory allocator and now want to make it safe for
can i get the key points to be considered.
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