ck_epoch_unregister man page

ck_epoch_unregister ā€” unregister a thread for epoch reclamation

Library

Concurrency Kit (libck, -lck)

Synopsis

#include <ck_epoch.h>

void
ck_epoch_unregister(ck_epoch_record_t *record);

Description

The ck_epoch_unregister(3) function allows for the record pointed by the record pointer to be used as a return value by the ck_epoch_recycle(3) function. This record can now be used by another thread of execution. Behavior is undefined if the object pointed by record is modified in any way, even after a call is made to the ck_epoch_unregister(3) function.

Return Values

This function has no return value.

See Also

ck_epoch_init(3), ck_epoch_register(3), ck_epoch_recycle(3), ck_epoch_poll(3), ck_epoch_synchronize(3), ck_epoch_reclaim(3), ck_epoch_barrier(3), ck_epoch_call(3), ck_epoch_begin(3), ck_epoch_end(3)

Additional information available at http://concurrencykit.org/

Referenced By

ck_epoch_barrier(3), ck_epoch_begin(3), ck_epoch_call(3), ck_epoch_end(3), ck_epoch_init(3), ck_epoch_poll(3), ck_epoch_reclaim(3), ck_epoch_recycle(3), ck_epoch_register(3), ck_epoch_synchronize(3).

September 2, 2012