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From "Steve Huston" <shus...@riverace.com>
Subject RE: c++ broker changes that might affect windows
Date Thu, 12 Feb 2009 23:20:09 GMT
Hi Alan,

> I added a function AsynchIO::stopReading() in revision 743416 
> to fix a race 
> condition with read-credit on Linux and a no-op 
> implementation for windows.

Ok, thanks for the heads up.

> This shouldn't cause any change to existing windows 
> behaviour. I'm raising it in 
> case anyone wants to investigate whether windows has the same 
> race. At the 
> moment only the cluster uses read credit so it's somewhat 
> hypothetical on 
> windows. If someone wants to investigate I can give details 
> of the race and 
> pointers on writing a cluster-free test case for it.

Ok - it would be nice to investigate this soon.

> Apologies in advance if I broke the windows build, I'm almost 
> certain I didn't.

You didn't.

-Steve


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