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Java 7 Concurrency Cookbook by Javier Fernández González

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Monitoring a Fork/Join pool

The Executor framework provides a mechanism that allows the separation of the task implementation from the creation and management of the threads that execute those tasks. Java 7 includes an extension of the Executor framework for a specific kind of problem that will improve the performance of other solutions (as using Thread objects directly or the Executor framework). It's the Fork/Join framework.

This framework is designed to solve those problems that can be broken into smaller tasks using the divide and conquer technique using the fork() and join() operations. The main class that implements this behavior is the ForkJoinPool class.

In this recipe, you're going to learn what information you can obtain about a ForkJoinPool ...

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