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    SubjectRe: [REPORT] cfs-v4 vs sd-0.44
    Chris Friesen wrote:
    > Rogan Dawes wrote:
    >
    >> I guess my point was if we somehow get to an odd number of
    >> nanoseconds, we'd end up with rounding errors. I'm not sure if your
    >> algorithm will ever allow that.
    >
    > And Ingo's point was that when it takes thousands of nanoseconds for a
    > single context switch, an error of half a nanosecond is down in the noise.
    >
    > Chris

    My concern was that since Ingo said that this is a closed economy, with
    a fixed sum/total, if we lose a nanosecond here and there, eventually
    we'll lose them all.

    Some folks have uptimes of multiple years.

    Of course, I could (very likely!) be full of it! ;-)

    Rogan
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