Implementation status: to be implemented
int clock_nanosleep(clockid_t clock_id, int flags,
const struct timespec *rqtp, struct timespec *rmtp);
The function executes the high resolution sleep for the specified clock.
clock_id - the identifier of the clock under interest,
flags - flags defining the way of action of the function,
rqtp - the requested time interval (to sleep),
rmtp - the
timespec structure specifying the actual amount of time remaining in the specified time interval.
The action of the function depends of the value of the flag
TIMER_ABSTIME in flags argument.
- The flag
TIMER_ABSTIMEis not set - the function causes the current thread to be suspended until either the time interval specified by the rqtp argument has elapsed, or a signal is delivered to the calling thread and its action is to invoke a signal-catching function, or the process is terminated. The clock used to measure the time is the clock specified by clock_id.
- The flag
TIMER_ABSTIMEis set - the function causes the current thread to be suspended until one of beneath conditions is fulfilled:
* the time value of the clock specified by clock_id reaches the absolute time specified by the rqtp argument,
* a signal is delivered to the calling thread and its action is to invoke a signal-catching function,
* the process is terminated.
If, at the time of the call, the time value specified by rqtp is less than or equal to the time value of the specified clock, then
clock_nanosleep()shall return immediately and the calling process shall not be suspended.
The suspension time caused by this function may be longer than requested because the argument value is rounded up to an integer multiple of the sleep resolution, or because of the scheduling of other activity by the system. But, except for the case of being interrupted by a signal, the suspension time for the relative
clock_nanosleep() function (that is, with the
TIMER_ABSTIME flag not set) shall not be less than the time interval specified by rqtp, as measured by the corresponding clock. The suspension for the absolute clock_nanosleep() function (that is, with the
TIMER_ABSTIME flag set) shall be in effect at least until the value of the corresponding clock reaches the absolute time specified by rqtp, except for the case of being interrupted by a signal.
clock_nanosleep() function does not block any signal.
If the clock_id argument refers to the CPU-time clock of the calling thread, the
clock_nanosleep() function fails.
0 - the requested time elapsed.
The corresponding error value, when:
* the function fails,
* the function was interrupted by a signal,
* if the rmtp argument is non-NULL, the
timespec structure referenced by it is updated to contain the amount of time remaining in the interval (the requested time minus the time actually slept). The rqtp and rmtp arguments can point to the same object. If the rmtp argument is
NULL, the remaining time is not returned. The absolute
clock_nanosleep() function has no effect on the structure referenced by rmtp.
EINTR] - the
clock_nanosleep() function was interrupted by a signal.
- the rqtp argument specified a nanosecond value less than zero or greater than or equal to
TIMER_ABSTIME flag was specified in flags and the rqtp argument is outside the range for the clock specified by clock_id; or the clock_id argument does not specify a known clock, or specifies the CPU-time clock of the calling thread.
ENOTSUP] - the clock_id argument specifies a clock for which
clock_nanosleep() is not supported, such as a CPU-time clock.
- Decide whether clock_id values of other CPU-time clocks are allowed.
- Implement the function.