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create a new thread when when accept a new connection

 
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I know RMI RMI creates a new thread: one thread handles the new connection, and the other goes back to accept a new connection. When the connection closes, its associated thread also exist.
In this regard, how do other protocols behaviour ? I know servlet can handling multiple threads if Ia m right.
Please clarify for me on this topic
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I feel it is fairly important to understand thread feature of a remote/network protocol for application design.
 
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