On 18-Sep-2002 Dan Kegel wrote:
> http://people.redhat.com/drepper/glibcthreads.html says:
>> Hardware restrictions put hard limits on the number of
>> threads the kernel can support for each process. [...]
> Is this true? Where does the limit come from?
Threads are a software thing. If you can have 2 threads, so
there is no limit, unless you want to make use of some
hardware facility I'm not aware of.
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