Feature request: ability to use libeio with multiple event loops

Brandon Black blblack at gmail.com
Thu Dec 22 15:54:44 CET 2011

On Thu, Dec 22, 2011 at 7:53 AM, Hongli Lai <hongli at phusion.nl> wrote:

> I know that, but as you can read from my very first email I was planning
> on running I threads, with I=number of cores, where each thread has 1 event
> loop. My question now has got nothing to do with the threads vs events
> debate. Marc is claiming that running I *processes* instead of I threads is
> faster thanks to MMU stuff and I'm asking for clarification.
Right, so either way an argument based on 2 threads per core is irrelevant,
which is the argument you made in point (2) earlier.  It doesn't make sense
to argue about the benefits of threads under a layout that's know to be
suboptimal in larger ways.  The threads-vs-procs debate is about 1
thread-per-core vs 1-proc-per-core, not N-threads-per-core vs
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