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SubjectRe: How is user space notified of CPU speed changes?
Lee Revell wrote:

> Seems like you are implying that any userspace app that needs to know
> the CPU speed is broken. Is this correct?

No, we're saying that Intel's tsc implementation is broken. <grin>

x86 really could use an on-die register that increments at 1GHz independent of
clock speed and is synchronized across all CPUs in an SMP box.

Chris
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