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       pthread_setschedprio — dynamic thread scheduling parameters access

       #include <pthread.h>

       int pthread_setschedprio(pthread_t thread, int prio);

       The pthread_setschedprio() function shall set the scheduling priority
       for the thread whose thread ID is given by thread to the value given by
       prio.  See Scheduling Policies for a description on how this function
       call affects the ordering of the thread in the thread list for its new

       If the pthread_setschedprio() function fails, the scheduling priority
       of the target thread shall not be changed.

       If successful, the pthread_setschedprio() function shall return zero;
       otherwise, an error number shall be returned to indicate the error.

       The pthread_setschedprio() function may fail if:

       EINVAL The value of prio is invalid for the scheduling policy of the
              specified thread.

       EPERM  The caller does not have appropriate privileges to set the
              scheduling priority of the specified thread.

       The pthread_setschedprio() function shall not return an error code of

       The following sections are informative.



       The pthread_setschedprio() function provides a way for an application
       to temporarily raise its priority and then lower it again, without
       having the undesired side-effect of yielding to other threads of the
       same priority. This is necessary if the application is to implement its
       own strategies for bounding priority inversion, such as priority
       inheritance or priority ceilings. This capability is especially
       important if the implementation does not support the Thread Priority
       Protection or Thread Priority Inheritance options, but even if those
       options are supported it is needed if the application is to bound
       priority inheritance for other resources, such as semaphores.

       The standard developers considered that while it might be preferable
       conceptually to solve this problem by modifying the specification of
       pthread_setschedparam(), it was too late to make such a change, as
       there may be implementations that would need to be changed. Therefore,
       this new function was introduced.

       If an implementation detects use of a thread ID after the end of its
       lifetime, it is recommended that the function should fail and report an
       [ESRCH] error.


       Scheduling Policies, pthread_getschedparam()

       The Base Definitions volume of POSIX.1‐2008, <pthread.h>

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