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User-space RCU

User-space RCU

Posted Nov 14, 2013 19:11 UTC (Thu) by kpfleming (subscriber, #23250)
Parent article: User-space RCU

A few minor editorial notes:

'Mainframe' is fairly vague as an architecture name. Which mainframe architectures are supported?

'Cygwin' is technically not an operating system, it's an environment within an operating system. This distinction may be too minor to be worth changing though.

I think the Debian community would take exception to Ubuntu being listed as part of the Debian 'family'; maybe 'Debian and Debian-derived distributions' would be a better choice.

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User-space RCU

Posted Nov 14, 2013 20:43 UTC (Thu) by PaulMcKenney (subscriber, #9624) [Link]

Thank you for your review and comments!

The mainframe architectures that URCU supports fall under the s390 category, in other words, those that are also supported by the Linux kernel. If someone tries to use URCU on a mainframe that does not fall into the s390 category, I will send email to to request an appropriate change.

To your point about "Debian family", links to, which is entitled "Debian Family Tree", and which includes Ubuntu. This led me to believe that the Debian community considers Ubuntu to be part of their family. I have to say that either way, the Debian family is amazingly large!

User-space RCU

Posted Nov 24, 2013 21:31 UTC (Sun) by JanC_ (guest, #34940) [Link]

And that Debian Family graphic is missing at least some more; e.g. GParted Live has been based on Debian for several years now... :)

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