jresch at cleversafe.com
Mon Feb 20 01:12:53 PST 2006
My company is implementing an application which we plan will use shared
memory and IPC mechanisms to coordinate work. We would prefer to use
POSIX message queues due to their better support for priorities, but
from the research I have done thus far it appears none of the BSDs
support POSIX queues. My question is, does there exist some kernel
patch or port that implements POSIX queues for FreeBSD?
I would also be grateful for any insight others could provide regarding
alternatives. For instance, how well socket performance stacks up
against shared memory, particularly in a multi-threaded enviornment.
Thank you in advance for any assitance you can provide.
More information about the freebsd-questions