Re: Ottawa - kernel hackers ...

On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 09:28:18AM -0400, Alan Cox wrote:
> In the Linux world you have readahead() but its non standard. Older Linux
> has POSIX AIO using threads, 2.5.x and some vendor 2.4.x implement the
> same functionality kernel side. Using posix AIO as an option is the right
> approach because readahead is linux magic while AIO will work on most modern
> unixen and is portable

	I've got a POSIX API wrapper around the new kernel-side
functionality.  It lives at  Grab the latest HEAD
source.  You'll need 2.5 or a vendor system with the support.



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