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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:
> Now if there were no other threads to wait on it would just continue.
> So, is there some real reason that this yield is there? Or is it just
> trying to be nice, as in saying, "I'm dieing now and just don't want to
> waste others time" (which I highly doubt is the case).

Why do you highly doubt this is the case? This is actually the behavior
I would expect.

Lee

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