/* Deallocate a thread structure.
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/* List of thread structures corresponding to free thread IDs. */
extern struct __pthread *__pthread_free_threads;
extern pthread_mutex_t __pthread_free_threads_lock;
/* Deallocate the thread structure for PTHREAD. */
__pthread_dealloc (struct __pthread *pthread)
assert (pthread->state != PTHREAD_TERMINATED);
if (!atomic_decrement_and_test (&pthread->nr_refs))
/* Withdraw this thread from the thread ID lookup table. */
__pthread_setid (pthread->thread, NULL);
/* Mark the thread as terminated. We broadcast the condition
here to prevent pthread_join from waiting for this thread to
exit where it was never really started. Such a call to
pthread_join is completely bogus, but unfortunately allowed
by the standards. */
if (pthread->state != PTHREAD_EXITED)
/* We do not actually deallocate the thread structure, but add it to
a list of re-usable thread structures. */
__pthread_enqueue (&__pthread_free_threads, pthread);
/* Setting PTHREAD->STATE to PTHREAD_TERMINATED makes this TCB
available for reuse. After that point, we can no longer assume
that PTHREAD is valid.
Note that it is safe to not lock this update to PTHREAD->STATE:
the only way that it can now be accessed is in __pthread_alloc,
which reads this variable. */
pthread->state = PTHREAD_TERMINATED;