I Would Hate User Space Locking If It Weren't That Sexy... 1 a Look at the Requirements

@inproceedings{PrezGonzlez2004IWH,
  title={I Would Hate User Space Locking If It Weren't That Sexy... 1 a Look at the Requirements},
  author={I{\~n}aky P{\'e}rez-Gonz{\'a}lez and B. Hu and Salwan Searty and Adam Li and David P. Howell},
  year={2004}
}
Linux has seen a lot of new features and developments in the last years in order to accommodate better scalability, interactivity, response time and POSIX compliance. With these changes, Telecom developers began to get serious about using Linux and started porting their systems to it. By doing that they brought new usage models and needs to the community; and among those needs was support for threads, mutual exclusion, priority inversion protection and robust synchronization for mission… CONTINUE READING
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