From: Thore Karlsen (sid_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-12-15 13:15:02
On Thu, 15 Dec 2005 12:43:17 -0500, "Arkadiy Vertleyb"
>> The "thread per connection" model _is_ inferior on all existing platforms.
>> If asio doesn't encourage its use, I consider this a feature.
>I am not sure what exactly the definition of "thread per connection" model
>is, but I assume this means a new thread is _created_ for every connection
>What I did was to have the main thread accept incomming requests, and put
>them in the queue, whereas a number of worker threads was taking these
>requests from the queue, and execute them. I don't see how this model can
>be absolutely inferior in all possible contexts.
How are you reading and writing from multiple sockets simultaneously in
your main thread? Don't tell me that if one client pauses after sending
a partial request that all other clients are blocked?
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