I demand that Klaus Schmidinger may or may not have written...
> On 12/02/07 14:34, Darren Salt wrote:
>> I demand that Klaus Schmidinger may or may not have written...
>>> While testing this, I found that on my system the monotonic clock only
>>> has a resolution of 4000250 ns (about 4 ms), which in your original
>>> patch would have caused VDR not to use the monotonic clock.
>> That suggests that your kernel is built with HZ=250 (CONFIG_HZ in
> I'm running the default SUSE 10.2 kernel.
That says nothing (to me) about how it's configured... :-)
>>> Are there actually systems that have a 1 ms resolution?
>> Any with HZ=1000, I expect :-)
> Ok, I see.
> I'll make it a 5 ms limit then, to allow default kernels to work.
Valid HZ options are 100, 250, 300 and 1000, unless overridden by an
arch-specific Kconfig file. (AFAICS, only mips does this, offering 48, 100,
128, 250, 256, 1000 and 1024.)
I have one computer on which I use HZ=100; however, it has no DVB devices.
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