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The Big Kernel Semaphore?

The Big Kernel Semaphore?

Posted Sep 16, 2004 12:11 UTC (Thu) by wli (guest, #20327)
Parent article: The Big Kernel Semaphore?

Yes, I was the one who mentioned that the code still under the BKL was ancient and buggy.

Moving on, since I've rewritten a fair amount of kernel/ and mm/ between 2.6.9-rc1 and 2.6.9-rc2 with the rewrites either in Linus' bk or in -mm now and LWN has yet to take notice, are you writing this stuff based on lkml archives from an account that has me procmailed to /dev/null or something?


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