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From:Vivek Khera Date:March 13 2000 4:19pm
Subject:Re: discussion about MySQL on linux-kernel list
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>>>>> "TS" == Tonu Samuel <tonu@stripped> writes:

TS> switches often or not. This is mostly decided by internally linux kernel
TS> and hardcoded to make not so often. This is pretty different from
TS> windows. So, even if we want, we can't do context switches often.

What about calling pthread_yield() at strategic points.  This should
force the thread to give up its execution and a contect switch can
occur.

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