> sure, just changing it to 'usleep(10000)' works too. Is there a
> reason to avoid
> the ringbuffer infrastructure?
> No reason in particular, I just wanted to test which one worked best
> with performance. Thanks for the patch. :)
I tried the 1us -> (1000|10000)us sleep approach first, before using the
ringbuffer timeouts -- saw no noticeable difference wrt performance.
10ms timeouts seemed to be enough (it's the resolution of a HZ==100 kernel)
and gave similar interrupt and cs numbers as w/ low-res timers.
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