On 09-Feb-02 Julian Elischer wrote:
> I'm a little worried about invariants because the behaviour when
> INVARIANTS is set wil be different to teh behaviour when it is off, which
> is 'strange' to say the least. Normally the behaviour si the same but you
> just check for invariant conditions.
In this case it is providing the support for the implicit KASSERT(td_ucred !=
NULL)) everyhwere that td_ucred is used. :) If it makes you feel better, put
it under INVARIANT_SUPPORT. It is the same type of test though, as it is a way
of asserting that we aren't using td_ucred when a thread isn't in the kernel.
> On Fri, 8 Feb 2002, John Baldwin wrote:
>> On 08-Feb-02 Julian Elischer wrote:
>> > I'd like to commit the code to keep the ucred across userland,
>> > with the code to clear it to NULL kept under DEBUG ifdefs.
>> Use INVARIANTS for the ifdef macro name, but sure.
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