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Re: Reg: experience on boost:lockfree data structures

From: Scott Michaud <scott_at_[hidden]>
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2023 03:01:46 -0500
You say that you have a producer-consumer scenario with multiple *threads*.
Are they all in the same executable / process?

On Tue, Jan 17, 2023 at 10:52 PM Honey Sukesan via SG14 <
sg14_at_[hidden]> wrote:

> Hi all,
> Hope all is well.
> This is my first email to the list. Not sure if it's the place to ask
> general technical questions. Please accept my apologies if I'm violating
> any rules of this study group.
> I would like to seek an opinion regarding boost:: interprocess::
> message_queue vs boost::lockfree::queue.
> Has anyone used boost::lockfree::queue or any of Boost.LockFree data
> structures in any embedded platforms?
> I have a producer-consumer scenario involving multiple threads. Tried out
> a sample code using int values pushing to/consuming from the queue &
> analysed elapsed time between push/pop on a Linux x86. It's found
> boost::lockfree::queue gives better time performance results compared to
> boost:: interprocess:: message_queue.
> Haven't tried this on actual hardware target yet. Our hardware target is
> an ARM based processor running QNX RTOS.
> I'm listening to Herb's CppCon talk on Lock-free programming now.
> It would be great if any of you has any other recommendations/pros or cons
> I need to be aware of before I fix boost::lockfree::queue rather than
> boost:: interprocess:: message_queue in our production code?
> Thank you in advance,
> Best,
> Honey
> Honey Sukesan
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Received on 2023-01-18 08:01:59