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Re: rfc: high-resolution timer framework
In article <20080625134550.GF22423%shisha.spb.ru@localhost>,
Alexander Shishkin <alexander.shishkin%teleca.com@localhost> wrote:
>This is to announce and request for comments on the so-called
>high-resolution timer framework  that we came up with and want to share
>and further improve.
>High-resolution timers are implemented on top of posix timers interface
>and are meant to provide userspace applications with timers as accurate
>as 1ms. Current implementation adds separate CLOCK_HIGHRES timer type,
>which might be moved in place of CLOCK_REALTIME code at some point.
>The implementation comes in three patches for the convenience: first one
>introduces the framework into kernel so that it extends timecounter
>structure with an additional field which is either a pointer to a
>structure with two high-resolution timer methods or NULL in case a
>timecounter in not capable of this. Relevant timecounter drivers are
>changed to set this field to NULL; two other patches introduce experimental
>high-resolution timer drivers based upon lapic and omap general-purpose
What are you using timeval instead of timespec?
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