Considering the incredible amount of complaining over having a
cred_free_thread() function conditionally compiled into the kernel
that only did a mutex lock, decrement, and mutex unlock in the common
case, why isn't thread_sanity_check() (or it's body) conditionally
compiled?  It's a lot more expensive than cred_free_thread() and isn't
even under INVARIANTS.  Pardon me if I find this a bit hypocritical.


John Baldwin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>  <><
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