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    SubjectRe: [patch] lowlatency patch for 2.4, lowlatency-2.4.0-test6-B5
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    Andrew Morton wrote:
    > - There's some device driver module which takes ~100 millisecs when it's
    > loaded (Benno has details). Leave it alone - we can't and shouldn't audit all
    > the device driver initialisation code.

    I haven't checked this, but I bet there are a few drivers that I've
    written that are a lot worse in this respect. I hope that this isn't a
    real problem for anyone? Don't use modules if it bothers you, or load
    the modules at boot, and make sure they don't unload.

    Also the NCR53C8XX driver probably hangs the machine for 2 full
    seconds during startup.


    Roger.

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