On Tue, Oct 07, 2008 at 03:34:41PM +0530, Rajeshwar Patil wrote: > I have two threads of same priority lets say thread A and thread B, > thread A is starving since thread B has got a for loop of size 100k. > So, to avoid starvation I am processing 1000 iterations of for > loop(that of thread B) in one batch and giving sleep of 1ms, but still > thread A is starving. If I increase the batch size used in for loop > from 1k to 10k then starvation of thread A is little less whereas it > should be more as Im increasing processing time of thread B. I tried > various combinations of sleeps and batches, but I couldnt solve the > starvation of thread A. > > Is the sleep right solution? > > I will be grateful if someone could answer on this.
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