(question revised): So far, the answers all include a single thread re-entering the lock region linearly, through things like recursion, where you can trace the steps of a single thread entering the …
Multiple sources claim ActiveScaffold isn’t thread safe:
ActiveScaffold CanCan bridge documentation
A Google Groups discussion
From those I gather controller level configuration changes and …
Quite simply, can one instance of javax.crypto.Cipher (e.g. Cipher.getInstance(“RSA”)) be used from multiple threads, or do I need to stick multiple of them in a ThreadLocal (in my case)?
Are there overall rules/guidelines for what makes a method thread-safe? I understand that there are probably a million one-off situations, but what about in general? Is it this simple?
If a method …
ok, its a little more complicated than the question.
static int needsToBeThreadSafe = 0;
public static void M1()
needsToBeThreadSafe = RandomNumber();
What is Daemon thread in java
When are daemon threads useful?
I am confuse wtth the difference between user thread and daemon thread in Java.
Can you tell me:
What’s the …
I think the title is clear.
I have an application that I’m trying to make multithreaded. Each thread will access a large chunk of read-only data.
Is is okay if multiple threads access the data simultaneously? I know that if the …
I have the following code in my ASP.NET project
public sealed class IoC
private static readonly IDependencyResolver resolver =
Service.Get(“IDependencyResolver”) as IDependencyResolver;
I have a program with a function which takes a pointer as arg, and a main. The main is creating n threads, each of them running the function on different memory areas depending on the passed arg. …