show multithreaded drivers and line disciplines
/etc/mthread [ -bclms ]
mthread displays multithreaded device drivers and
line disciplines that are currently
configured and running in the UNIX system kernel.
mthread accepts the following options:
Display multithreaded block device drivers.
Display multithreaded character device drivers.
Display multithreaded line disciplines.
Display multithreaded STREAMS modules.
Display multithreaded SCSI adapter drivers.
mthread exits with 0 upon successful completion;
it exits with 1 on error.
mthread displays the following messages on error:
mthread: cannot open /dev/at1
The control device node for the ci driver is missing. Run
to recreate it.
mthread: cannot determine multithreaded drivers
The currently booted kernel does not support mthread.
Relink and reboot with the ci
kernel module configured into the Link Kit.
mthread is intended for use with multiprocessor systems
only. It requires the ci driver to be
configured into the kernel, and will not work with older versions
of this driver.
Multithreaded drivers will not appear in the output of
mthread until they have been opened and they have
registered themselves as multithreaded.
mthread is not part of any currently supported standard;
it is an extension of AT&T System V provided by the
Santa Cruz Operation Inc.
© 2003 Caldera International, Inc. All rights reserved.
SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003