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SubjectRe: aio: current status
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I've been testing AIO using Andrew's -mm kernels which includes
many AIO patches. I've written some copy tests using AIO.

The libaio-0.3.93.tar ball has source to the library and man pages.
What kind of examples are you looking for?

I do not think AIO supports sockets, yet. I would ask on the
linux-aio mailing list.

There was an interesting paper from the 2003 Linux Symposium on AIO:
http://archive.linuxsymposium.org/ols2003/Proceedings/All-Reprints/Reprint-Pulavarty-OLS2003.pdf


Daniel McNeil <daniel@osdl.org>

On Tue, 2003-08-05 at 07:38, Eduardo Pérez wrote:
> What's the current status of linux-aio?
>
> Is there any working example using linux-aio?
>
> Is linux-aio going to support sockets?
>
> Are there more linux sleeping (or blocking) API calls going to be ported to linux-aio?
>
> Is there an official home page of linux-aio apart from the outdated:
> http://www.kvack.org/~blah/aio/ ?
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