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KS2009: The state of the scheduler

KS2009: The state of the scheduler

Posted Oct 22, 2009 2:02 UTC (Thu) by PaulWay (subscriber, #45600)
In reply to: KS2009: The state of the scheduler by cdarroch
Parent article: KS2009: The state of the scheduler

> For all of the usual reasons, nobody feels particularly optimistic
> about being able to get fixed locking into glibc.

Another great example. I wonder how long it will be before everyone migrates to UGLIBC or glibc's maintainer finally gets the boot for just being too obnoxious...

Have fun,

Paul


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KS2009: The state of the scheduler

Posted Oct 22, 2009 4:11 UTC (Thu) by dlang (subscriber, #313) [Link]

this is the first that I've heard of UGLIBC, how complete is it?

the biggest problem I've heard with other libc replacementes is that they were not complete enough to use everywhere yet.

KS2009: The state of the scheduler

Posted Oct 22, 2009 8:09 UTC (Thu) by tajyrink (subscriber, #2750) [Link]

He might also have meant EGLIBC http://www.eglibc.org/home, which is a fork of GLIBC, and already migrated to by eg. Debian.


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