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    SubjectRe: high load & poor interactivity on fast thread creation
    At 04:11 PM 11/30/00, Arnaud Installe wrote:
    >Could this be correct ? Also, I haven't seen this happen with NT. Could
    >it be that Java on NT uses user-mode threading and creates threads much
    >more slowly, resulting in a lower load ?

    No. Java on NT uses proper NT threads. However, a thread on NT is a rather
    different beast to a cloned thread on Linux. I don't know whether the
    differences are important.

    Ruth
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    Ruth
    Ivimey-Cook ruthc@sharra.demon.co.uk
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    Author, ARM Ltd ruth.ivimey-cook@arm.com

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