Date: 2006-10-19 05:34:43
> > If you also use a strand per active object, then the active objects
> > can even share an io_service with a thread pool calling
> > io_service::run(). The strand will ensure that the operations for a
> > single active object don't execute concurrently.
> This sounds like a good approach indeed. I haven't tried
> strands yet, but this does seem to make a lot of sense.
> Although we use thread locking primitives even on the active
> objects (which I thought were necessary without using strands).
Could I get more informations about strands, please?
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