Advantages of a large number of threads cf other approaches?

Bengt Kleberg bengt.kleberg@REDACTED
Thu Feb 19 10:09:57 CET 2004

Scott Lystig Fritchie wrote:

> ...deleted
>The king of all references on the subject is (IMHO) W. Richard
>Steven's _UNIX Network Programming_.  Unless you consider it to be the
>more updated W. Richard Steven's _Advanced Programming in the Unix
>Environment_, which is a bit newer.
>I just tore our house upside-down looking for _APUE_, but I couldn't
>find it, which makes me sad, because good reference books like _APUE_
>should always be within easy reach.  As a consolation prize, I found a
>description of the System V-style file descriptor passing in _UNIX
>System V Network Programming_ by Stephen A. Rago.  Steven's books
>describe both the System V-style and BSD-style techniques.
fwiw: Addison Wesley Professional might ''soon'' publish an new version 
of APUE, updated by mr rago.


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