Hunt, Bryan wrote:
> I think the NGPT is in kernel 2.5.something we need to be running a stable
> kernel so this is not an option.
Why do you think this?
NGPT is 99.9% userspace.
> Thousands of threads are an absolute must
> for this application as it must support thousands of simultaneous
> connections and each connection will use blocking io (not our choice).
nice scaleable design.
> Actually I think the advice about reducing the number of threads is a bit of
> cop out (not on your part nut in general) you should be free to use the
> system resources to the max if need be without the restraints of hard coded
Using the same design logic, you could work around the problem
by adding more memory and using multiple copies of
linux (UML) talking to each other each running a JVM,
each handling one connection. Or perhaps run the JVM
on doze on VMware on Linux?
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