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Use a reader count instead of holding lock.
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Authored by sson on Mar 24 2015, 4:11 AM.

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This change uses a reader count instead of holding the mutex for the
interpreter list to avoid the problem of holding a non-sleep lock during
a page fault as reported by witness.  In addition, it consistently uses
memset()/memcpy() instead of bzero()/bcopy() except in the case where
bcopy() is required (i.e. overlapping copy).

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sson retitled this revision from to Use a reader count instead of holding lock..
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Tested on head with WITNESS/INVARIANTS and all options in GENERIC. This resolves the witness enabled panic on HEAD.

This revision is now accepted and ready to land.Jun 4 2015, 8:43 PM

This was reverted after review. Will go back to D1971 as per suggestions to really try to use an sx_lock