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  • adj. That does not block; allowing other tasks to proceed immediately rather than having to wait for completion.


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non- +‎ blocking


  • It'll use POSIX Threads to implement multiple virtual CPUs, and the libffi/dlopen tricks for loading external libraries or wrappers for them written in C, and will use nonblocking I/O.

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  • Communication between mwhods (and server updates sent to mwhods) is done with UDP datagrams, since they're fast, nonblocking, and throw-away.

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  • Artist is a flexible and easily expandable digital matrix intercom system that supports up to 1,024x1,024 nonblocking ports.

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  • Single threaded and nonblocking makes a light weight and clean API.

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  • Up to 128 mainframes can be connected via a redundant optical fiber ring to form a single large, full summing, nonblocking distributed matrix with up to 1,024 ports.

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  • IO:: Event is a Perl module that provides a object-based callback system for handling nonblocking IO.

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  • Initially, the Vantage 8500 will support 288 nonblocking 10G Ethernet ports, with future plans to accommodate 432 and 576 10G Ethernet ports with higher density line cards.


  • It then goes on to state, "In nonblocking mode, Send may complete successfully even if it sends less than the number of bytes you request."

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  • To get the bandwidth the chip needs, architects provide each processing site, including the accelerators, with local caches, and they may tie everything together through a nonblocking switch fabric.


  • If your processing continuously dies at this point, it's likely not enough time is being given between the nonblocking saveURL calls and the time the tileRotate. pl process is called.

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