OK, Xiaodan. So is 1000 the current limit of processes per system?
Obviously this guy is trying to set up an ISP. His question make me think
of other things besides number of processes. Like how do you connect
300,000 serial ports, 300,000 modems, how big a power supply wouold you
need, how much memory would you need, and would your system EVER come out of
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“Xiaodan Tang” <email@example.com> wrote in message
Marty Doane <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote:
Well, they HAVE been advertising QNX 6 as being very scalable >
Oh yeah, if you have 300 machines, you can spawn 1000 processes
per machine, and they still talk to each other, doesn’t that
scalable enough ? >
“Hoon Jung” <> email@example.com> > wrote in message
news:9s8j8h$ru9$> firstname.lastname@example.org> …
It is my fault that I told you How many I can make threads per process.
It’s not threads but process. How many I can make process.
I want to make 300,000 PPP(Point-to-Point Protocol) sessions.
Thanks in advance,
“Jay Hogg” <> Jay.Hogg@t-netix.com.r-e-m-o-v-e> > wrote in message
news:9s7qml$cf6$> email@example.com> …
Why do you think you need to start 300,000 threads?
Hoon Jung wrote in message <9s7i34$840$> firstname.lastname@example.org> >…
How many I can make thread per process ?
The follwing is my code.
void* function( void* arg )
printf( “This is thread %d\n”, pthread_self() );
return( 0 );
int main( void )
for (i = 0; i < 300000; i++)
pthread_create( NULL, NULL, &function, NULL );
sleep( 10 );
When I executed this code I could make 32768 threads, but I want to
Is it imposible that I make threads more than 32768 ?