OpenBSD gives a hint on forgetting unlock mutex

Check following simple C++ program:

#include <mutex>

int main(void)
    std::mutex m;

    return 0;

The mutex m forgot unlock itself before exiting main function:


Test it on GNU/Linux, and I chose ArchLinux as the testbed:

$ uname -a
Linux fujitsu-i 4.13.7-1-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Sat Oct 14 20:13:26 CEST 2017 x86_64 GNU/Linux
$ clang++ -g -pthread -std=c++11 test_mutex.cpp
$ ./a.out

The process exited normally, and no more words was given. Build and run it on OpenBSD 6.2:

# clang++ -g -pthread -std=c++11 test_mutex.cpp
# ./a.out
pthread_mutex_destroy on mutex with waiters!

The OpenBSD prompts “pthread_mutex_destroy on mutex with waiters!“. Interesting!

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