Is the type-instability in take!(::RemoteChannel) of practical concern?

For example:

julia> using Distributed

julia> r = RemoteChannel(()->Channel{Bool}(Inf))
RemoteChannel{Channel{Bool}}(1, 1, 1)

julia> @code_warntype take!(r)
  #self#::Core.Compiler.Const(take!, false)

1 ─ %1 = Distributed.myid()::Int64
│   %2 = Core.tuple(Distributed.take_ref, rr, %1)::Core.Compiler.PartialStruct(Tuple{typeof(Distributed.take_ref),RemoteChannel{Channel{Bool}},Int64}, Any[Core.Compiler.Const(Distributed.take_ref, false), RemoteChannel{Channel{Bool}}, Int64])
│   %3 = Core._apply_iterate(Base.iterate, Distributed.call_on_owner, %2, args)::Any
└──      return %3

I wonder if this type-instability is of concern in practical usage? In this case, for example, it’s known that the elements fetched from the RemoteChannel will be of type Bool.

Hmm, I observe the same thing even with const r and with f(x) = take!(x) :thinking: That’s certainly interesting.