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SubjectRe: Need better is_better_time_interpolator() algorithm

> > Would we ever want to favor a frequency shifting timer over anything
> > else in the system? If it was noticeable perhaps we'd just need a
> > callback to re-evaluate the frequency and rescan for the best timer. If
> > it happens without notice, a flag that statically assigns it the lowest
> > priority will due. Or maybe if the driver factored the frequency
> > shifting into the drift it would make the timer undesirable without
> > resorting to flags. Thanks,
> Timers are usually constant. AFAIK Frequency shifts only occur through
> power management. In that case we usually have some notifiers running

Usually is the key word here. Older APM stuff changes frequency behind
your back, and sometimes frequency shift is time-critical.
64 bytes from icmp_seq=28 ttl=51 time=448769.1 ms

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