01 Apr '12, 11am

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There's been a little bit of buzz about David Heinemeier Hansson's announcement that Josh Peek has joined Rails core and is about to wrap up his GSoC project making Rails finally be thread-safe. To be honest, there probably hasn't been enough buzz, and there's been several misunderstandings about what it means for Rails users in general. So I figured I'd do a really short Q/A about what effect Rails thread-safety would have on the Rails world, and especially the JRuby world. Naturally there's some of my opinions reflected here, but most of this should be factually correct. I trust you will offer corrections in the comments. Q: What does it mean to make Rails thread-safe? A: I'm sure Josh or Michael Koziarski, his GSoC mentor, can explain in more detail what the work involved, but basically it means removing the single coarse-grained lock around every incoming request and r...

Full article: http://blog.headius.com/2008/08/qa-what-thread-safe-rails...

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