On Tue, 18 Jan 2000, Jamie Lokier wrote:
> If you're going that, you may as well use PAGE_SIZE allocations. And
> then you may as well link the pages together using a pointer at the
> start, to remove the arbitrary limit.
agree with the first part (PAGE_SIZE allocation) but not necessarily agree
with making it a linked list at all times because that means performance
overhead in cases where it needn't be.
Speaking of which, does someone have a nice multi-threaded multi-process
poll() sample program that lets one stress-test/benchmark this area?
Otherwise I will knock something up myself but perhaps it already exists?
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