I am sorry. I should've posted to the user list of couse. My mistake.
2018-02-13 22:37 GMT+03:00 Alex Kiselev <kisele...@gmail.com>: > Hi. > > I've been wondering should I use a release/acquire memory barrier pair > in order to be sure that the other thread will see the fully/corrected > initialized object > passed to it via a dpdk ring or ring itself is a kind of barrier? > > Let's say I have a pseudo code: > > Thread1: > obj = alloc(); > ... > obj initialization > ... > > ??? fence(memory_order_release); ??? > rte_ring_sp_enqueue(ring, obj) > > > Thread2: > ??? fence(memory_order_acquire); ??? > rte_ring_sc_dequeue(ring, obj) > > Should I use fences in that code? > > Thanks. > > -- > Alex