Guys I am stuck with a problem and need some help.
Platform : Linux(RedHat 7.3)
Problem Area : Dynamic Shared Object Libraries, POSIX Threads
glibc : 2.96
The Scenario is such that I have made a module which call a .so file
in a new thread and executes it. The .so file has to be provided by
the end-user and if that .so gives any runtime-error(SEGFAULTS), the
whole process terminates i.e. all the threads executing .so files and
more importantly my .so-calling module, which I dont want to be
so ***IS THERE ANY WAY THAT MY SO-CALLING MODULE DOES NOT TERMINATE
DUE TO SOME SEGFAULTS IN A .SO FILE WRITTEN BY THE END-USER OF MY
Any relevant comment will be appreciated.
Sir Syed Research Labs
nabsha[at]UNIssuet.edu.pk (remove capitals)