pthread_spin_lock, pthread_spin_trylock, pthread_spin_unlock - lock and unlock a spin lock
#include <pthread.h> int pthread_spin_lock(pthread_spinlock_t *lock); int pthread_spin_trylock(pthread_spinlock_t *lock); int pthread_spin_unlock(pthread_spinlock_t *lock);
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The pthread_spin_lock() function locks the spin lock referred to by
lock. If the spin lock is currently unlocked, the calling thread acquires the lock immediately. If the spin lock is currently locked by another thread, the calling thread spins, testing the lock until it becomes available, at which point the calling thread acquires the lock.
The pthread_spin_trylock() function is like pthread_spin_lock(), except that if the spin lock referred to by
lock is currently locked, then, instead of spinning, the call returns immediately with the error EBUSY.
The pthread_spin_unlock() function unlocks the spin lock referred to
lock. If any threads are spinning on the lock, one of those threads will then acquire the lock.
Calling pthread_spin_unlock() on a lock that is not held by the caller results in undefined behavior.
On success, these functions return zero. On failure, they return an error number.
These functions first appeared in glibc in version 2.2.
Applying any of the functions described on this page to an uninitialized spin lock results in undefined behavior.
Carefully read NOTES in pthread_spin_init(3).
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