Specifies the priority of a thread.
- It is not guaranteed, that threads with different priorities really behave accordingly. On some systems (e.g. Linux) only
root can increase priorities. On other systems (e.g. Solaris) there doesn't seem to be different scheduling for different priorities. All in all try to avoid being dependent on priorities.
A priority lower than normal. |
The default priority. |
A priority higher than normal. |
The highest priority. |
Definition at line 83 of file thread.h.