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Thread, System.Threading.Thread, and !Threads (III)
I got email asking me to explain !Threads output in details. I think this is a good question and a good topic for another installment to the series. Here is an example I'll use for this post: 0:055> !threads ThreadCount: 202 UnstartedThread: 95 BackgroundThread: 1 PendingThread: 0 DeadThread...
30 Aug 2005
Thread, System.Threading.Thread, and !Threads (II)
With knowledge in my previous blog , we could avoid some mistakes in .NET programming. A C++ Thread is very resource heavy. It is associated with a lot of dynamically allocated memory and some OS handles. So it had better to be cleaned up ASAP after its corresponding OS thread dies. C++ Thread class...
29 Aug 2005
Thread, System.Threading.Thread, and !Threads (I)
If you use SOS’s !Threads command during debugging a lot, you should be familiar with such output: 0:003> !threads PDB symbol for mscorwks.dll not loaded Loaded Son of Strike data table version 5 from "C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322\mscorwks.dll" ThreadCount: 12 UnstartedThread...
25 Aug 2005
Special threads in CLR
Question: How many threads does a typical managed process have when it just starts to run? Answer: regardless how many threads the user creates, there are at least 3 threads for a common managed process after CLR starts up: a main thread which starts CLR and run user's Main method, CLR debugger helper...
5 Jul 2005
Thread safety of Timer callbacks
I didn't realize I've stopped blogging for 1 year. What a shame! Fortunately I didn’t waste the time: we ship Whidbey Beta1 and Beta2 in the past year! Now with Beta2 out of door, I have more spare time for blogging. :) Today I want to talk about some interesting facts about Timer in CLR. There is...
8 May 2005
FCall and GC hole - first post about Rotor
An exsample of FCall My friend Joel Pobar had a great post to demo how to add new code to Rotor which exposes more EE(Execution Engine) internal information to managed world. This is a very good example covers both BCL and EE, and how the two parts interact with each other. As showed in this example...
9 Feb 2004
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