On Thu, Sep 19, 2002 at 11:01:33PM -0300, Rik van Riel wrote:
> On Thu, 19 Sep 2002, Ulrich Drepper wrote:
> > Initial confirmations were test runs with huge numbers of threads.
> > Even on IA-32 with its limited address space and memory handling
> > running 100,000 concurrent threads was no problem at all,
> So, where did you put those 800 MB of kernel stacks needed for
> 100,000 threads ?
Come on, you and I normally agree, but 100,000 threads? Where is the need
for that? More importantly, is there any realistic application that can
use 100,000 threads where the kernel stack is 0 but the user level stack
doesn't have exactly the same problem? The kernel can be perfect, i.e.,
cost zero, and you still have a problem.
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