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SubjectRe: [UPDATE PATCH] push rounding up of relative request to schedule_timeout()
On 8/4/05, George Anzinger <george@mvista.com> wrote:
> Nishanth Aravamudan wrote:
> ~
> > Sorry, I forgot that sys_nanosleep() also always adds 1 to the request
> > (to account for this same issue, I believe, as POSIX demands no early
> > return from nanosleep() calls). There are some other locations where
> > similar
> >
> > + (t.tv_sec || t.tv_nsec)
>
> This is not the same as "always add 1". We don't do it this way just to
> have fun with C. If you change schedule_timeout() to add the 1,
> nanosleep() will need to do things differently to get the same behavior.
> (And, YES users do pass in zero sleep times.)

Fair enough. Will need to think about this more.

Thanks,
Nish
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