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> However, heavily threaded apps regardless of language are hardly likely
> to disappear; threads are the natural way to write many many things. And
> if the kernel implements threads as on Linux, then the scheduler will
> become much more important to good performance.

Cameron seems to be arguing with DaveM, but subconsciously he
only supports DaveM's point about AIO: Java cannot make use
of AIO, so that's one (large or small, important or unimportant)
group of applications down from the count.

Just trying to keep on topic :)

-- Pete
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