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[MTASCsft PATCH WIP5 05/33] MT-, AS- and AC-safety docs: manual/conf.texi

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	* manual/conf.texi: Document MTASC-safety properties.
 manual/conf.texi |   19 +++++++++++++++++++
 1 file changed, 19 insertions(+)

diff --git a/manual/conf.texi b/manual/conf.texi
index c720063..79bfcdb 100644
--- a/manual/conf.texi
+++ b/manual/conf.texi
@@ -288,6 +288,17 @@ constants are declared in the header file @file{unistd.h}.
 @comment unistd.h
 @comment POSIX.1
 @deftypefun {long int} sysconf (int @var{parameter})
+@safety{@mtsafe{envromt}@asunsafe{selfdeadlock, asmalloc}@acunsafe{lockleak, memleak, fdleak}}
+@c Some parts of the implementation open /proc and /sys files and dirs
+@c to collect system details, using fd and stream I/O depending on the
+@c case.  _SC_TZNAME_MAX calls __tzname_max, that (while holding a lock)
+@c calls tzset_internal, that calls getenv if it's called the first
+@c time; there are free and strdup calls in there too.  The returned max
+@c value may change over time for TZNAME_MAX, depending on selected
+@c NGROUPS_MAX, SIGQUEUE_MAX, depending on variable values read from
+@c /proc at each call, and from rlimit-obtained values CHILD_MAX,
 This function is used to inquire about runtime system parameters.  The
 @var{parameter} argument should be one of the @samp{_SC_} symbols listed
@@ -1348,6 +1359,11 @@ argument are declared in the header file @file{unistd.h}.
 @comment unistd.h
 @comment POSIX.1
 @deftypefun {long int} pathconf (const char *@var{filename}, int @var{parameter})
+@safety{@mtsafe{}@asunsafe{selfdeadlock, asmalloc}@acunsafe{lockleak, fdleak, memleak}}
+@c When __statfs_link_max finds an ext* filesystem, it may read
+@c /proc/mounts or similar as a mntent stream.
+@c __statfs_chown_restricted may read from
+@c /proc/sys/fs/xfs/restrict_chown as a file descriptor.
 This function is used to inquire about the limits that apply to
 the file named @var{filename}.
@@ -1375,6 +1391,8 @@ support the @var{parameter} for the specific file.
 @comment unistd.h
 @comment POSIX.1
 @deftypefun {long int} fpathconf (int @var{filedes}, int @var{parameter})
+@safety{@mtsafe{}@asunsafe{selfdeadlock, asmalloc}@acunsafe{lockleak, fdleak, memleak}}
+@c Same caveats as pathconf.
 This is just like @code{pathconf} except that an open file descriptor
 is used to specify the file for which information is requested, instead
 of a file name.
@@ -1624,6 +1642,7 @@ system with the function @code{confstr}:
 @comment unistd.h
 @comment POSIX.2
 @deftypefun size_t confstr (int @var{parameter}, char *@var{buf}, size_t @var{len})
 This function reads the value of a string-valued system parameter,
 storing the string into @var{len} bytes of memory space starting at
 @var{buf}.  The @var{parameter} argument should be one of the

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