> On Fri, 21 Aug 1998, Ion Badulescu wrote:
> > My humble oppinion is that, with the scheduling change in 2.1.114, rpciod
> > will start running _before_ rpciod_up calls sleep_on() and therefore the
> > wake_up() call at the beginning of rpciod becomes ineffective because
> > nothing is sleeping on rpciod_idle yet. This is pure speculation, but it
> > kind of makes sense. I'm not sure what the right fix is though...
> This makes 100% sense, and explains why it was so timing-dependent and
> dependent on a scheduler change that should have made no difference at
> How does this patch work for you?
Works great, and it makes sense too. :-) Thanks a lot..
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