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When was the threading implemented in unix?

Which is the first Unix version or Linux version which implemented threads. And in which version bound and unbound threads were implemented? I know that in current Linux version threads are unbound by ...
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System sending SIGTERM and SIGKILL during normal work

I have a program (C++) that works with TCP sockets in multithreaded manner. The multithreading is intensive, about 100 threads (POSIX threads). Sometimes, not quite sure when, the program gets ...
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Linux max threads count

my server has been running with Amazon Ec2 linux. I have a mongodb server inside. The mongodb server has been running under heavily load, and, unhappily , I've ran into a problem with it :/ As known, ...
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Analyzing the behavior of a threaded program

Is there an application that will do what Threadscope or the parallel tools of Visual Studio does for multithreaded program analysis in Linux?
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What is the need of the struct thread_info in locating struct task_struct?

While reading through the Linux Device Drivers, I could understand that the Process Descriptor (of type struct task_struct) has all the info regarding a particular task. The process descriptors are ...
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Is crontab multithread?

I don't know where I can find more information about crontab, so I ask here. Crontab is it multithread? How does it work?