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    SubjectRe: why are some atomic_t's not volatile, while most are?
    Chris Snook wrote:

    > This is not a problem, since indirect references will cause the CPU to
    > fetch the data from memory/cache anyway.

    Isn't Zan's sample code (that shows the problem) already using indirect
    references?

    Chris
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