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From "Danny Guo" <gdhda...@gmail.com>
Subject RE: Rdma IO state transitions [Was: AsynchIO state transition]
Date Wed, 15 Sep 2010 18:03:42 GMT
> No, the IO threads are entirely independent of the number of
> connections. The rule is something like 1 IO thread per CPU (this needs
> to be revisited in the light of the NUMA nature of current multicore,
> multisocket machines).
[DG] What is the relationship between an IO thread, a RDMA::AsynchIO instance and a connection?

> The IO threads all loop in parallel doing something like:
> Loop:
>   Wait for IO work to do
>   Do it.
> The upper layer threads can be entirely different threads (in the case
> of a client) or in the case of the broker an arbitrary IO thread
> (possibly one currently processing an event from this connection,
> possibly processing another connection). The broker does nearly all its
> work on IO threads. The exceptions are Timer events which are at least
> initiated on their own thread, and I think some management related work.

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