Re: Kernelnewbies Digest, Vol 13, Issue 42

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AFAIK, BKL is no more useful.
p.s.
http://www.internetnews.com/skerner/2010/11/linux-2637-kills-the-big-kerne.html 

so, you can ignore it.

However, if you are interested to know its details, go thro' http://lwn.net/Articles/86859/


Date: Thu, 29 Dec 2011 14:33:42 +0530
From: sandeep kumar <coolsandyforyou@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: What is Big Kernel Lock?
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Hi All,
Can any one tell me the significance of BKL?

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With regards,
Sandeep Kumar Anantapalli,
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