I don't believe so. There are several external resources, such as
  on-line papers, and so on. There is also a man page (which I've found
  from jasone's web space) which has been prepared by Sheldon Hearn and
  which should be at ~jake/mutex.9
        As far "standard way to do it" documents - I haven't seen any and I'm
  not sure how worthwile it would be to do this at this point in time, as
  the code is still quite dynamic.
        (Of course, I'm not implying "don't do it," just "be careful when you
  do it")

On Fri, 22 Sep 2000, Julian Elischer wrote:

> Do we have a document that descibes in great detail the 
> locking policy that the SMPng code should follow?
> 
> I've seen several descriptionms as to how it might be done,
> but I haven't seen a "Ok we've decided that this is the strategy
> we are using"  document.
> 
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