in the current scheme

hly2004

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Hi, everyone:

. But, in a number of cases, those threads need not be created until there is actually some work to be done. A quick ps run on most systems will show threads related to error handling, asynchronous I/O, bluetooth, and more. In the current scheme, they are created at boot (or module load) time and many of them may never do any real work before the system shuts down.

Could you tell me the meaning of the red part?

Best wishes.
 
  • Kman2025

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    it means in the current way of things..so to speak.."in the current scheme" basically means "at the moment"
     
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