On 23 Oct 2002, Charles 'Buck' Krasic wrote:
> Dan Kegel <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Davide Libenzi <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I may be confused, but I suspect the async poll being proposed by
> > Ben only delivers absolute readiness, not changes in readiness.
> > I think epoll is worth having, even if Ben's AIO already handled
> > networking properly.
> > - Dan
> Can someone remind me why poll is needed in the AIO api at all?
> How would it be used?
Maybe my understanding of AIO on Linux is limited but how would you do
async accept/connect ? Will you be using std poll/select for that, and
then you'll switch to AIO for read/write requests ?
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