[concurrency-interest] NIO inside RecursiveAction
gdenys at yahoo.com
Tue May 18 10:46:50 EDT 2010
We are using ForkJoinPool to perform recursive tasks that have a substantial (blocking) IO part. It's working very well for us.
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From: Kai Meder <stuff at kai.meder.info>
To: concurrency-interest at cs.oswego.edu
Sent: Tue, May 18, 2010 2:01:05 PM
Subject: [concurrency-interest] NIO inside RecursiveAction
reading the API-docs of the ForkJoinPool I wonder if it is
allowed/recommended to do NIO, so non-blocking IO, inside
RecursiveActions which are implemented to be short-lived and lightweight.
Is there any problem to process NIO-Selector-Events using
RecursiveActions in an async ForkJoinPool?
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