On Mon, Jun 19, 2000 at 05:34:47PM -0700, Matthew Dillon wrote:
>     Ok, I have put up a web page that will track my efforts.
>       http://apollo.backplane.com/FreeBSDSmp/

On this page, you say:

  The algorithms described on this page are essentially the BSDI algorithms
  plus accomodations we disussed at the Yahoo SMP meeting. However, I did
  not do a direct port. I did a from-scratch rewrite because, simply put,
  it was easier for me. The variables are named differently but I attempt
  to follow the same API. All the work is subject to change... the point is
  to make it work first, then clean it up later.

Does this include the locking primitives?  In the case of the locking
primitives, there is functionality that we definitely need, such as the
witness code, and it probably would save effort to use the BSD/OS code.
I'm guessing that you are actually using the BSD/OS code in this case; I'm
just looking for clarification.


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