> > > The number of threads is dynamically managed by a simple
> > > demand-driven algorithm.
> > So... when we are low on free memory, we try to create more threads... Possible
> > deadlock?
> Nope. The number of threads is never allowed to fall below two,
> for this very reason.
I thought this was the case. BTW do you need *two* threads for
reliable operation, or is one enough?
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