Forks /are/ part of the decision process.
Posted Oct 2, 2006 12:58 UTC (Mon) by mingo
In reply to: Forks are not part of the decision process.
Parent article: Busy busy busybox
The decision process of Linux is closed and ruled by the benevolent dictator Linus Torvalds
Wrong, as explained in my detailed reply further above. So per your logic the 2.6.18 kernel would not have something like priority inheritance today? (and if you reply then please reply to my post above, which gives the full context. Thanks.)
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