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    SubjectRe: The "best" value of HZ
      yes,  our Blackfin CPU (from Analog Device) is team interested in
    it. Dynamically modify HZ will be useful when we evaluate the
    performance.

    On 10/28/05, Claudio Scordino <cloud.of.andor@gmail.com> wrote:
    > Hi,
    >
    > during the last years there has been a lot of discussion about the "best"
    > value of HZ... On i386 was 100, then became 1000, and finally was set to 250.
    > I'm thinking to do an evaluation of this parameter using different
    > architectures.
    >
    > Has anybody thought to give the possibility to modify the value of HZ at boot
    > time instead of at compile time ? This would allow to easily test different
    > values on different machines and create a table containing the "best" value
    > for each architecture... At this moment, instead, we have to recompile the
    > kernel for each different value :(
    >
    > Do you think there would be much work to do that ?
    > Do you think it would be a desired feature the knowledge of the best value for
    > each architecture with more precision ?
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Claudio
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