Im looking for information associated with Thread Checker and I could not find a Thread Checker forum.
Ive down loaded an evaluation copy of Thread Checker and Ive instrumented our C++ server. Everything works great until the server listens on the http socket. If I put an exit() just before the server call to listen on the http port, Thread Checker generates a nice report associated with server initialization. So the product seems to be working as is expected.
However, once the server is listening on the http port and the client sends a request (I can see that the connection is established using netstat) the server seems to disregard the request. The server is essentially doing nothing, CPU is at about 0%,etc.
Is this a limitation of the evaluation copy of Thread Checker or is this a technical problem?
Where can I find a feature comparison of the evaluation copy vs. a production copy?
Thanks in advance.
As far as I know, there is no Evaluation version of the Software itself - its just the license which can be an evaluation license.
Can you please describe the problem you are experiencing in more detail? For example:
- what version of Thread Checker are you using (if you are not using the latest version, please try installing the latest version and reproduce the problem)
- what settings are you using for the Thread Checker run
- is the application you are running an "open source" application(if so, please provide details to reproduce your problem)
- is it possible for you to reduce the problem to a smaller one and share the reproducible case?
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Particularly if you are using the linux thread checker, you may have better results by setting the thread checker installation PATH, as well as thecompiler PATHs, compiling with -tcheck, running to generate the threadchecker.thr, and using the tcheck_cl to view the messages. Thread Checker for linux has fallen behind compiler development;maybe it couldcatch up with the next major compiler release. I have had most success with the x86-64 version of thread checker.