Julian Elischer <email@example.com> wrote:
>In fact we have a port of the linux threads to FreeBSD so we can do
>EXACTLY what they do, including the kernel support. It's being worked on
>as we speak. Some is already committed to -current. There is little
>argumant however that the ultimate is to schedule N threads over M
>processes where M is related to teh number of CPUs available.
Sometimes you want M to be large relative to the number of CPUs
because you are using threading to improve userland IO concurrency.
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