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    "Richard B. Johnson" <root@chaos.analogic.com> writes:

    |> Most kernel stuff has 'HZ' granularity so you get 'decimal' information
    |> easily like:
    |>
    |> cpu_time = whatever();
    |> printk("CPU = %lu.%lu\n", cpu_time/HZ, cpu_time % HZ);

    This gives misleading numbers in the output if HZ != 100. Even if HZ is
    100 the output is misleading if cpu_time % HZ < 10.

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    Andreas Schwab "And now for something
    SuSE Labs completely different."
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