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asynchronous io

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Madhu Sudhan_1
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asynchronous io

Hi friends,
How to enable asynchronous IO in Linux (Redhat).

Thanks,
Think Positive
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Pal Szabo_1
Valued Contributor
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Re: asynchronous io

Hi!

Mount your filesystem with
-o async opion.
Enable to your application to use the async io interface.
(For example squid compiled --enable async option)

Regards:
Paul
Pal Szabo_1
Valued Contributor

Re: asynchronous io

Some corrections:

The filesystems, which are mounted with the defaults
option (/etc/fstab) are enabled the async io default.
So you don't need to switch on in this case with -o option.