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Default File lists are broken down by threads

Page 352 states, "The file lists are also broken down by threads by the stored procedure so that each thread is assigned its own set of files."

Can someone elaborate on how this works? Is this referring to actual "threading?"

I've looked at the stored proc GetFileList, but I can't see where any actual "threads" are created.

Any further explanation or other resources would be appreciated.

Thanks.





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