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Volker Lendecke Volker.Lendecke at SerNet.DE
Thu May 24 18:02:49 GMT 2007

On Thu, May 24, 2007 at 10:27:02AM -0700, James Peach wrote:
> >This removes message_block / message_unblock. I've talked to Jeremy  
> >and
> >G?\195?\188nther, giving them my reasons why I believe they have no  
> >effect.
> >Neither could come up with a counter-argument, so they go :-)
> Could you please summarise this discussion for the benefit of the list?

That was my mail to jra and gd:

>> While changing the messaging infrastructure I'm trying to
>> understand the use of message_block/unblock in winbind. Why
>> is it there?
>> Blocking the signal does not really have any effect (if I'm
>> right...), in the signal handler we don't do any work except
>> signalling the existence of messages for message_dispatch().
>> Other processes are free to post messages for us, and before
>> we call message_dispatch() nothing happens.

During phone calls neither could turn down that argument.


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