I know that the JDK 7 implements NIO2 on Windows using IOCP, but how about Linux?
Although Linux has AIO since 2.6, it's only useful on files. What about the network part?
on 03/06/2013 – Made popular on 03/06/2013
I have learned that node.js use libeio internally to perform async file I/O, with thread pool, on *nix platform, am I right?
What about async network I/O? Is it done by libev? Is there also a thread pool?
If there is thread pool inside, how could it be more efficient than traditional one-thread-per-request model? And is it one thread per I/O request?
And what's the mechanism on windows?
I'm using Wordpress for blogging. And I use Windows 7 accompanied with Linux Mint on my PC. Recently I find that I can't update my posts on Wordpress when using Linux Mint. However, when I switch to Windows 7, I can update my post again. And another issue is I can upload files through FileZilla or FireFTP to my server on Linux Mint with no error, but the files become zero bytes.
I am trying to install a software(P4V) through the linux command window, but I am not sure the best way to go about it since I am new to the linux environment. I downloaded the set up file on my current windows machine and uploaded to a network drive. The linux also has accessed to this network drive, but I forgot how to access files on the network drive via linux.
I'm trying to backup my files from my Linux box to my Windows Server 2008 as a push, and when I delete them from my Linux box, they remain on my Windows Server. I've found lots of sources that are similar, but most results were from Windows to Linux.
I do Windows admin for money... working towards Linux because I want to. I know NTFS, global and local groups, and how to make a Windows server dish out file exactly the way I want. I want to be that way in the Linux world.
I have a reasonable handle on the Linux user:group stuff, the tools, etc.
I have a network device that implements its own TCP/IPv6 stack within that
and it can be used via UART (with it's own network API, such that
"open a TCP/UDP port", "bind/listen/connect/accept a port",
"send/receive payload data to/from a port", "close a port", etc.).
How to share files between Linux and Windows?
I have a Linux virtual machine (Hyper-V) acting as a web server on my network. I would prefer to browse it's file system from my Windows machine. This Windows machine is on the same network/subnet. Is there anyway I can achieve this? I am willing to download any free file browsing software that I need to.
Hello I am Currently looking to set up a network as to share files and a Printer on the network. I have a Desktop pc running PCLOS Gnome. I also have a Windows XP computer and finally my laptop which has Fedora 12 / Windows XP on it. I have a HP Office Jet 5610 That I would like to Share between the Three Computers.