Subject: Re: 1.5ALPHA_2 i386 panic in suspendsched()
To: Manuel Bouyer <>
From: enami tsugutomo <>
List: tech-kern
Date: 09/18/2000 12:59:20
Manuel Bouyer <> writes:

> Going this way, I guess the run queue locking could happen later too.

BTW, why suspendsched() is necessary to traverse run queues?  I think
it is enough to remove from run queue when traversing allprocs if it
is on a queue.  At least, it is bad that processes runnable but
swapped out are left runnable after suspendsched().