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|+||[06:49:53] <jaredpetker> Hey there, I have a question related to rxjava + vertx. I'm curious if by default do all rx operations get scheduled asyncronously, if not, does using something like the newThreadScheduler / computation scheduler provide asynchronous functionality without creating infinite threads (and uses however vertx thread pools or what not instead).|
|+||[06:51:52] <jaredpetker> obviously I could fully test this myself here but just seeing if someone knows off the top of their head before I give it a whirl|
|+||[07:42:39] <jaredpetker> I guess I basically got my answer, no new threads by default, makes sense, next question would be if using a sync vertical with fiberhandlers, is it safe to call things like the rxjava jdbc clients getConnection() call on a fiber|
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