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NIO accept() loop, traditional thread for processing

 
 
Esmond Pitt
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      04-25-2007
Michael wrote:
> Well, technically they won't be simultaneous because they're in a
> single thread. You might do better to just have multiple server
> threads. Then if you have multiple CPUs you'll actually get better
> concurrency at the processing of multiple socket-accepts, and you'll
> have the benefit that the processing of each accept won't block the
> acceptance of the next.


This is a bit futile really, as accepted connections are already queued
in the kernel, and as all the accepting thread has to do is register the
accepted channel with the selector. A well-written accept loop isn't a
bottleneck.
 
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