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Spring Integration in Action - Question?

 
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Do you think that Spring can in any way at all make Java architectures make better use of multi core CPUs?
 
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Luke Murphy wrote:Do you think that Spring can in any way at all make Java architectures make better use of multi core CPUs?



That isn't a Spring Integration question. Would never be at that level. Would have to be at the Java low level. And Java does use multi cores in many ways, most importantly in Garbage collectors.

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Well in some ways, if you have a Java application that uses a single thread and you start using Spring Integration, you could make it use more of the CPU by adding some threads. If this is your only reason to use SI I'd say it's overkill because an ExecutorService will do the same for you.
 
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