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Amongst other enhancements in the next version of the .NET Framework is the capability to change the number of threads in the ThreadPool maintained by the CLR. This is now done using the SetMaxThreads method of the ThreadPool class in .NET FX 2.0.

Why am I talking about it? That's since I had implemented a similar functionality last year for Rotor, when I extended the ThreadPool class of the same by implementing a IncreaseMaxThreads methods, long before I got my hands on alpha of Whidbey. You can download the source code from http://www.wintoolzone.com/showpage.aspx?url=rotor.aspx.

Ofcourse, the two methods are implemented differently, but work to do the similar job... :)
Posted on Sunday, July 11, 2004 1:34 PM .NET Framework | Back to top


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