Subject: Re: POSIX.4 real-time extensions?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: glen mccready <email@example.com>
Date: 07/06/2001 16:08:42
>On Fri, Jul 06, 2001 at 01:37:42PM -0700, glen mccready wrote:
>> anyway, there's more to doing posix aio properly than immediates jumps
>> to mind and that's what i was pointing out... you also don't need a
>> thread per process (or per aio event) to put together a "reasonable"
>> hack job. :-)
>Of course, there's also (or was, once, briefly) a "BSD aio" abstraction,
>and if someone were going to pour the work into actually doing aio "right"
>it might at least be worth a look -- see Fall and Pasquale on splice().
for anybody interested. i'm not sure this qualifies as the "right" way to
do aio, but it would certainly help the case of accessing a raw disk... it
doesn't really touch upon dealing with a filesystem, and it only briefly
touches upon joining two udp sockets, but makes no mention of tcp. ubc
also makes this a tougher proposition since the pages just get faulted in
rather than brought in via bread() or breadn()...
is that the paper you were thinking of, thor?