On Thu, 25 Apr 2002 11:04:32 -0700 (PDT),
  [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Jeffrey Hsu) said:

hsu> If you compare the two approaches, the BSD/OS approach is simpler
hsu> because it is coarse.  You're confusing finer grain locking with
hsu> better.

Well, maybe my patch just seems more fine-grained than BSD/OS because
I have locked down only a part of the data in a socket.  When all of
the data in a socket is locked down, my work should look more coarser
than now.


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