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My assumption is that the global variable "next_child_to_run" should be wrapped in a mutex semaphore to prevent accidental access by two threads at the same time. I'm having trouble determining the other problem, should the scheduler_wake_up flags also be wrapped in a mutex? preventing the scheduler from getting a false flag reading?
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