Re: some info (new)

2001-11-24 Thread Hiten Pandya
hi maxime... thanks very very much.. now i get it..., its like.. a mutex is a lock, which is used when things are done in parralel and to avoid corruption of the data which is being processed... i took an example of the way i used to lock files in PERL, in order to avoid multiple writes at the

Re: some info (new)

2001-11-24 Thread Maxime Henrion
Hiten Pandya wrote: one more question... if there is a lock order reversal.. is there a way that can be solved.. for e.g. by using on of the MTX_XX things... The lock order verification is not part of the mtx API. It's debugging stuff activated by default in -CURRENT. If you do not want to

Re: some info (new)

2001-11-24 Thread Maxime Henrion
Hiten Pandya wrote: MH The lock order verification is not part of the mtx MH API. It's debugging MH stuff activated by default in -CURRENT. If you do MH not want to see these MH warnings, remove ``options WITNESS'' from your MH kernel conf or patch the MH code to solve the problem :-)

Re: some info (new)

2001-11-24 Thread Hiten Pandya
MH The lock order verification is not part of the mtx MH API. It's debugging MH stuff activated by default in -CURRENT. If you do MH not want to see these MH warnings, remove ``options WITNESS'' from your MH kernel conf or patch the MH code to solve the problem :-) hi, i know that bit.. the