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  • noun computing, programming An object in a program that serves as a lock, used to negotiate mutual exclusion among threads.

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mutually exclusive

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • We call a mutex (mutual exclusion) a semaphore with a value of one.

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  • One solution to this is to use a mutex, which is similar to a

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • Hi, I had created a mutex for a console application in c# mutex = new Mutex (true, "Global\\" + sExeName, out bCreatedNew); if (bCreatedNew) mutex.

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  • 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.

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  • Previously, a single mutex protected different memory areas related to the undo and logging information.

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