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Old 01-24-2010, 06:48 AM   #1
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Find 'synchronous' and 'asynchronous' mode !


What is the basic difference between 'synchronous' and 'asynchronous' io in the linux/unix platform ? And in Linux RHEL5 and AIX 5.3 / 6.1, How can I measure that my server support either 'asynchronous' or 'synchronous' I/O ?

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