[concurrency-interest] Fork Join framework implementation in java 1.6

Gregg Wonderly gregg at cytetech.com
Sat Oct 6 12:58:03 EDT 2012

On 10/6/2012 3:44 AM, Pravin Nawale wrote:
> Hi ,
> I implemented java fork and join framework (jdk 1.6 using jsr166.jar) in my
> application. During user login or performing any operation, called fork and join
> framework which perform 3-4 tasks in parallel ,gather data and return it to the
> application.
> Note : For each login request or operation  I am creating one fork/join
> But facing major problem -
> During 4-5 users  logging simultaneously , response swapped between users. i.e.
> if user A,B,C,D,...logging in simultaneously then B's response send to other
> user randomly. If I remove fork and join then it wirk fine.

It sounds like your "login requests" do not have per user data items, but rather 
share some global data which you have a data race on the use of.


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