On 13-Jun-2002 Jeffrey Hsu wrote:
> Duplicate inp warnings occur whenever 2 inp locks are held, even though they're
> on different inps, because all the inp locks are named "inp".  I've
> investigated a couple of these already and they were all places where
> we intended to grab two inp locks.  So, for the most part, these warning are
> harmless.  As John said though, panics are serious, so if you get any of
> those, please report them to me directly, as I only monitor this list
> periodically.

How do you define the order between teh two inp locks to ensure you don't end
up deadlocking?  That is why the warning is there.  Unless you have a well-defined
lock order between inp locks you can easily get into deadlocks.


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