[ECOS] Wake select() with a signal

Roland Caßebohm roland.cassebohm@visionsystems.de
Mon Nov 4 09:53:00 GMT 2002

On Friday, 1. November 2002 18:04, Roland Caßebohm wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I want to wake a waiting select by sending a signal to the thread.
> This does not always work. I think the reason is that the thread in which
> select() is call is not really sleeping all the time, even though it
> doesn't return. The pthread_kill() function respectively
> Cyg_Thread::release() only wakes a thread if the thread is sleeping. That
> makes sense, but what can I do if I want a waiting select() to return
> triggered from another thread?

I just changed the select() function that it looks for the asr_pending flag before it goes to sleep. I don't really think, that this is the right solution, but in my case it works.
Now the select() always returns with errno=EINTR if the thread receives a signal.

Does anybody know if the select() systemcall or every other systemcall should always return if the thread receives a signal?


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