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pthread_getcpuclockid (threadid, clockid)
struct pthread *pd = (struct pthread *) threadid;
/* Make sure the descriptor is valid. */
if (INVALID_TD_P (pd))
/* Not a valid thread handle. */
/* We need to store the thread ID in the CLOCKID variable together
with a number identifying the clock. We reserve the low 3 bits
for the clock ID and the rest for the thread ID. This is
problematic if the thread ID is too large. But 29 bits should be
If some day more clock IDs are needed the ID part can be
enlarged. The IDs are entirely internal. */
if (pd->tid >= 1 << (8 * sizeof (*clockid) - CLOCK_IDFIELD_SIZE))
/* Store the number. */
*clockid = CLOCK_THREAD_CPUTIME_ID | (pd->tid << CLOCK_IDFIELD_SIZE);
/* We don't have a timer for that. */