SequenceInputStream boosted: Latest OpenJDK Contrib | Java Coding | Head Crashing Informatics 68

If you are using SequenceInputStream, you will notice that it pulls all data into the JVM’s memory, just to drain it to another I/O sink. This is inefficient and slow. With my latest contribution contained in #OpenJDK 20, this will change dramatically: In the best case, all traffic is routed within the OS, and does not enter the JVM at all.

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About Markus Karg

Java Guru with +30 years of experience in professional software development. I travelled the whole world of IT, starting from Sinclair's great ZX Spectrum 48K, Commodore's 4040, over S/370, PCs since legendary XT, CP/M, VM/ESA, DOS, Windows (remember 3.1?), OS/2 WARP, Linux to Android and iOS... and still coding is my passion, and Java is my favourite drug!
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