> Can anybody let me know "How many number of threads we can create
> using thread::create command from a process ?"
Whatever limit there is is either a limit on process memory to allocate
the stacks, or else a limit in the kernel. Tcl has no hard-coded limits
of the sort you apparently have in mind; it'll happily request threads
until the operating-system calls deny the requests.
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From: Andrew Piskorski <atp@pi...> - 2003-10-28 13:59:49
On Mon, Oct 27, 2003 at 08:28:05PM -0800, tcl-threads-request@... wrote:
> From: "sanjeevksaxena" <sanjeevksaxena@...>
> I am writing a multithreaded test suite using java and TCL. I will
> have TCL 8.3 with thread extension 2.5 on Solaris 9.0 for
Just on general principle, you should be better off using the latest
Tcl 8.4.x release rather than 8.3 if feasible, perhaps especially if
your tests are performance sensistive. I've never used Solaris 9, but
at least on Solaris 8 installed Tcl 8.4.x from source is pretty easy.
Andrew Piskorski <atp@...>