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Re: exception rises calling cyg_thread_delete()

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Mik Prog wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> apologies if the argument has been discussed already (could not find
> anything about it!).
> I'm new in eCos world and now I am facing an annoying problem: I get a
> crash calling cyg_thread_delete().
> The exception I get is on Cyg_Alarm::~Cyg_Alarm(), which is called by
> cyg_thread_delete().
> The most annoying thing is that this crash happens randomly: I have an
> environment running 7 threads, out of which 6 should be deleted.
> Deleting the first one is usually Ok and crash happens when deleting
> 2nd or 3rd or 4th and so on... randomly.
> I first call the release function, just to unlock pending calls:
>    cyg_thread_release( *(cyg_handle_t*)(pHandle) );
> then the deletion one, which crashes:
>    if ( ! cyg_thread_delete (*(cyg_handle_t*)(pHandle)) )
>    {
>        diag_printf("\nERROR: Thread deletion failed!\n");   // I
> don't get this: an exception arise.
>    }
> I've tried to suspend the thread before delete it, but doesn't help.
> Does anyone has any clue about what is going on?

Are you sure your handle is correct?  I think you may be
dereferencing it improperly.

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