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SubjectRe: aio

On Fri, 21 Dec 2001, Gerold Jury wrote:

> It is simply too early for sexy discussions. For me, the most
> appealing part of AIO is the socket handling. It seems a little bit
> broken in the current glibc emulation/implementation. Recv and send
> operations are ordered when used on the same socket handle. Thus a
> recv must be finished before a subsequent send will happen. Good idea
> for files, bad for sockets.

is this a fundamental limitation expressed in the interface, or just an
implementational limitation? On sockets this is indeed a big problem, HTTP
pipelining wants completely separate receive/send queues.

Ingo

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