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Re: [SLUG] Asynchronous I/O



I have no idea about the function calls themselves, but I would assume
that you have to mount the filesystem that you're working on ayncio - it's
a mount option.

$0.02.

//umar.

> hello, this is kiran.  I am using Red Hat linux version 7.0.  kernel
> version is 2.2.16-22.  i want to know does this support POSIX
> aio(aysnchrounous io calls).  He has given header file
> /usr/include/aio.h but when i use the functions aio_read or aio_write
> it is giving in compilation saying undefined reference.  and i tried
> to find out the library for this aio.  but i am not able to.  so if
> any one knows about this please tell me, whether this is having aio
> support or how to make it work. with regards, kiran


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