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    SubjectRe: FW: [RFC] A more general timeout specification
    Hi,

    On Thu, 1 Sep 2005, Joe Korty wrote:

    > > When you convert a user time to kernel time you can
    > > automatically validate
    >
    > Kernel time sucks. It is just a single clock, it may not have
    > the attributes of the clock that the user really wished to use.

    Wrong. The kernel time is simple and effective for almost all users.
    We are talking about _timeouts_ here, what fancy "attributes" does that
    need that are just not overkill?

    bye, Roman
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