On Thursday 01 November 2007 01:23:24 pm Tony Jones wrote:
Something like that. The TIF flag is to pick off processes that we are
interested in auditing, for performance reasons if audit is disabled the
context is not created. But if auditing is re-enabled, processes can
be "repaired" so that the are auditable again by allocating the context on
the fly the first time we see a process. Without the flag, they never get
steered into the audit system where this can happen.
If any other performance improvements jumps out at you, please bring them up.