cvs commit: src/sys/kern kern_ktr.c kern_lock.c kern_spinlock.c lwkt_rwlock.c lwkt_thread.c lwkt_token.c src/sys/sys globaldata.h spinlock.h spinlock2.h thread.h src/sys/netproto/smb smb_subr.h src/sys/vfs/ntfs ntfs_subr.c src/sys/vm vm_zone.c
wa1ter at myrealbox.com
Mon May 22 14:04:30 PDT 2006
Matthew Dillon wrote:
> dillon 2006/05/21 13:23:29 PDT
> DragonFly src repository
> Modified files:
> sys/kern kern_ktr.c kern_lock.c kern_spinlock.c
> lwkt_rwlock.c lwkt_thread.c lwkt_token.c
> sys/sys globaldata.h spinlock.h spinlock2.h
> sys/netproto/smb smb_subr.h
> sys/vfs/ntfs ntfs_subr.c
> sys/vm vm_zone.c
> Implement a much faster spinlock.
[Extensive commentary snipped for brevity]
Speaking as a fan of open-source (in general) I like to focus
on the big picture occasionally (because I don't understand the
small picture anyway): is any of this current work going to be
useful to the other BSD's, or even to linux?
If not, is it possible to distill the reasons down to a concept
that even a bonehead could grasp?
Hey, boneheads have their purpose in life!
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