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Kernel events without kevents

Kernel events without kevents

Posted Mar 15, 2007 21:01 UTC (Thu) by bronson (subscriber, #4806)
In reply to: Kernel events without kevents by mtaht
Parent article: Kernel events without kevents

http://svn.u32.net/io/trunk/ works pretty well too but I haven't gotten around to documenting it yet... if ever...


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Kernel events without kevents

Posted Mar 16, 2007 7:03 UTC (Fri) by pphaneuf (subscriber, #23480) [Link]

Thanks, it seems interesting, I'll definitely have a look, since I'm in the process of making a similar edge-triggered wrapper like this, but with the added twist of multithreaded (a limited number of threads, so that more events can be handled in a given amount of time, to use multicore systems and such while still being event driven).

Kernel events without kevents

Posted Mar 16, 2007 11:55 UTC (Fri) by bronson (subscriber, #4806) [Link]

I agree, multicore is here to stay. That code lets me run one epoll poller per thread and one thread per core (plus a few maintenance threads). I haven't tried it under serious load yet so there may be a few small bugs left to wiggle out, and the poller selection is utterly hacked (it's a todo item), but it works for me so far.

Feel free to mail me at bronson at domain rinspin.com.


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