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[Unbound-users] Using libunbound from other languages

Miek Gieben
Fri Aug 23 02:11:06 CEST 2013


[ Quoting <unbound-users+phil at spodhu> in "Re: [Unbound-users] Using libunboun..." ]
> On 2013-07-23 at 09:02 +0100, Miek Gieben wrote:
> > If you say, 'You don't need it", of what locking and where do you talk about?
> > The Go code can be relative lock free, but why can I get away with not telling
> > OpenSSL (or NSS) that it is going to get called from threaded code?
> 
> (I'm ignoring libraries that are actively thread hostile, by doing
> things like repointing shared resources from outside the library, such

actually testing this
(https://github.com/miekg/unbound/blob/master/unbound_test.go#L99),
seems to indicate this isn't a problem (or at least not causing
problems). I see multiple threads running with top -H and nothing is
complaining...

Grtz Miek

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