Friday, January 21, 2011

Case Study: FastFlow Queue

Hi!

I've posted a new article Case Study: FastFlow Queue, in which I examine design and implementation of a nonblocking single-producer/single-consumer queue, which used as a base building block in the FastFlow multicore programming library. In the second part of the article I design and implement "a better" queue. Benchmark results confirm better performance and scalability.

By the way, thanks to all who has participated in the poll on left right pane.

8 comments:

  1. In ff_queue.cpp you have the following comment:
    "under linux build with -fno-strict-aliasing option"

    How can we avoid having to use this option? Often I see the use of unions to work around aliasing issues (for example, lockfreeinc's fast mutex)

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  2. any similar implementation for IPC? or possible to use ff_queue in IPC after modification?

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