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Custom threads are supported above the kernel and implemented at the thread library user level. The library provides support for creating threads, schemas, and management without kernel support. Because the kernel does not know the user-level threads, all thread creation, and scheduling happen unnecessarily in the user’s space
intervention in the kernel, and thus rapid creation and management.
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If the kernel is the same thread then causes any user-level thread that blocks the system to call a complete blocking process, even if further discussions are available in the application.
User thread libraries include POSIX Pthreads threads, Solaris 2 user interface threads, and Mach C threads. Kernel threads are directly supported by the operating system. The kernel works kernel space planning, creation, and management; are core-level fibers thus, slower creation and management compared to user thread levels.
But from the kernel processes threads, if the thread makes a blocking system call, it can kernel schedule the next application thread to run. Windows NT, Windows 2000, Solaris, BeOS, and Tru64 UNIX support kernel strings.