Java / Java Multithreading
Difference between green and native threads.
Green threads refers to a model in which the Java virtual machine itself creates, manages, and context switches all Java threads within one operating system process. No operating system threads library is used. Green threads are in past, JVMs work only with native threads since 1.3.
Native threads refers to model in which the Java virtual machine creates and manages Java threads using the operating system threads library, for example, libThread in Unix and each Java thread is mapped to one threads library thread.
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