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    SubjectRe: Why yield in coredump_wait? [was: Re: Resent: BUG in RT 45-01 when RT program dumps core]
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    On Thu, 2005-05-19 at 09:37 -0400, Steven Rostedt wrote:

    > The reason I'm asking this, is that RT tasks should not call yield,
    > since it is pretty much meaningless, since an RT task won't yield to any
    > task of lesser priority, and in Ingo's current kernel the yield will
    > send a bug message if it was called by an RT task.

    I've seen a RT yield warning on this yield while running the FUSYN
    tests .. I can't imagine why it's there either.

    Daniel

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