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SubjectRe: aio
On Thu, Dec 20, 2001 at 12:07:21AM -0500, Pete Zaitcev <zaitcev@redhat.com> wrote:
| >[...]
| > 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,

About the wrong things, but no matter.

| 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.

You're sure? Java _authors_ can't make use of it, but Java _implementors_
probably have good reason to want it ...

| Just trying to keep on topic :)

Whatever for?
--
Cameron Simpson, DoD#743 cs@zip.com.au http://www.zip.com.au/~cs/

Reaching consensus in a group often is confused with finding the right
answer. - Norman Maier
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