- mutually exclusive (Wiktionary)
“On Solaris and Linux a Parker contains a pthread condvar (named _condvar), mutex (named _mutex), and a volatile integer, _counter, that represents the state of the semaphore.”
“One solution to this is to use a mutex, which is similar to a”
“We call a mutex (mutual exclusion) a semaphore with a value of one.”
“This is accomplished with APR's file-locking code, not on the resource itself but on a stub file of the same name with ". mutex" appended.”
“For example, an object that contains a handle to a Windows kernel object such as a file, process, thread, mutex, event, semaphore, and so on would have no meaning when deserialized into another process or machine since Windows kernel handles are process-relative values.”
“Hi, I had created a mutex for a console application in c# mutex = new Mutex (true, "Global\\" + sExeName, out bCreatedNew); if (bCreatedNew) mutex.”
“Now the flush list has its own mutex, reducing contention with buffer pool operations and making InnoDB faster without any configuration needed on your part.”
“Previously, a single mutex protected different memory areas related to the undo and logging information.”
“Along the same lines, operations involving the buffer pool and the flush list previously were protected by a single mutex, which could cause unnecessary delays.”
“(The buffer pool mutex has historically been very hot, so any other operation that tied up the buffer pool was adding fuel to the fire.)”
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