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  1. the same mutex in order to retrieve published data, but would be blocked on the mutex,
  2. >> It's the mutex thats the problem. >> Yeah, mutex can be handled because you
  3. steps. How the mutex is going to change- so, anything which we have without a mutex will
  4. remain without a mutex forever. But those which currently are with a mutex, can become
  5. have to say that its mutex between these 2 edges, both edges should not be there; only
  6. of mutex pairs of edges, so, this could have been done before this and then resolving all
  7. blocks and yet the system is highly concurrent, and there's not also a single mutex in sight.
  8. fighting over the same Mutex. And because Dalvik is logging slow Mutexes,
  9. And Dalvik lock contention when you are acquiring the mutex.
  10. We don't currently have instrumentation for who is holding the mutex the longest to kind
  11. had--do some initialization operation on the mutex. And for that it has to be done by one
  12. thread and you have to make sure that you don't let that--the name of that mutex out
  13. mutex is now over with and you have the same problem there that you had initializations.
  14. Make sure of that you've taken away the address from that mutex from all the other threads
  15. can, you can undo the mutex while--while still preventing access with an atomic variable.
  16. on the mutex. Question? >> Is there effort to implement like we do
  17. simultaneously, thereby corrupting its internal state. Alternatively a mutex could be used
  18. A mutex is essentially the same thing as a binary semaphore and sometimes uses the same
  19. Mutexes have a concept of an owner, which is the process that locked the mutex. Only
  20. the process that locked the mutex can unlock it. In contrast, a semaphore has no concept