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Benjamin LaHaise

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Issue #318, Section #1 (27 Aug 2005: Asynchronous I/O Gets A Boost)
Issue #310, Section #7 (4 Jun 2005: Attempting To Unify Semaphore Implementations For Maintainability)
Issue #184, Section #8 (15 Sep 2002: libaio Developer Confusion)
Issue #182, Section #6 (1 Sep 2002: Preventing Multiple Oopsen From Overwriting Each Others)
Issue #181, Section #6 (25 Aug 2002: More Logging Issues Considered)
Issue #169, Section #2 (2 Jun 2002: Improving Virtual Memory Balancing)
Issue #160, Section #13 (1 Apr 2002: -dj Kernels Forward-Porting 2.4 Code To 2.5; Migrating To BitKeeper)
Issue #151, Section #6 (21 Jan 2002: Problems In 2.2 SMP Support)
Issue #151, Section #7 (21 Jan 2002: Alan To Continue -ac Tree Against 2.4)
Issue #149, Section #1 (7 Jan 2002: The Scheduler; Development Philosophy; IRC)
Issue #147, Section #4 (24 Dec 2001: Some Developers Unhappy With Linus)
Issue #142, Section #5 (19 Nov 2001: Linus Preparing 2.4 Hand-Off To Marcelo)
Issue #135, Section #4 (1 Oct 2001: Virtual Memory Subsystem Rewritten In 2.4!)
Issue #38, Section #1 (11 Oct 1999: Reproducible 2.2.12 SMP Crashes Hunted)
Issue #23, Section #7 (17 Jun 1999: Cross Compiling Alpha Kernel On X86)

 

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