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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 3/4] new timeofday x86-64 arch specific changes (v. B1)
    > How about something like this?
    > 300 TSC
    > 200 HPET
    > 200 CYCLONE
    > 100 ACPI
    > 050 PIT
    > 010 JIFFIES
    > Then if the system has TSC issues (unsynced, cpufreq problems, etc), we

    The priority is fine, the problem is getting the decisions for when
    to fallback right.

    It is quite complicated to decide this, see the x86-64 time.c code
    for this.

    > can demote the TSC's priority to 50 and it will fall back nicely without
    > manual intervention.

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