What if I have fixed no of threads.

Atul Talesara atul.talesara@nevisnetworks.com
Thu May 6 14:12:00 GMT 2004

Hello Folks,
	Suppose that my underlying architecture supports
fixed number of threads, say 'n'.  Is there a way to
optimize GDB to handle that?  There's isn't much
documentation around about GDB's thread handling
architecture.  Would be glad if someone can point
me to one, if it's its available.

o I believe that GDB monitors thread creation/destruction,
  and if I have fixed no of threads, can I get rid of this?
  If yes, any pointer where/how to start?

o What is the best place to start hacking thread related code?
(Are gdb/thread.c and gdb/thread-db.c files to look at?)

Thanks in advance for any help.

Atul P Talesara
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