Linus Torvalds wrote:
> They started and waited for 100,000 threads.
> They did not have them all running at the same time. I think the
> original post said something like "up to 50 at a time".
To quote Ulrich:
"Even on IA-32 with its limited address space and memory handling
running 100,000 concurrent threads was no problem at all, creating
and destroying the threads did not take more than two seconds."
It clearly states 100,000 CONCURRENT threads. So, it really seems to
work (not that I have the hardware to verify this claim).
-- Regards Joerg
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