[Chicago-talk] threading Question
jeremy at marzhillstudios.com
Tue Feb 16 09:21:51 PST 2010
First I've heard of Coro. I'm going to check it out now since I have an
upcoming application for just that sort of thing. And continuation style is
just what the doctor ordered.
On Sun, Feb 14, 2010 at 2:27 AM, Jonathan Rockway
<jon-chicagotalk at jrock.us>wrote:
> * On Sat, Feb 13 2010, Zane C.B. wrote:
> > The only issue I've ever run into, is that it is a bitch, passing
> > information between between each instance.
> Hence threads.
> (But not ithreads, which is just fork without copy and write.)
> I really recommend using Coro for network daemons. It will easily
> handle 30,000+ open and idle connections. (And only that few because
> that's when my machine runs out of file descriptors.) If you need to
> use all 4 CPUs, run four copies of your daemon.
> Jonathan Rockway
> print just => another => perl => hacker => if $,=$"
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