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    SubjectRe: clock_getres() and real resolution
    On Wed, Feb 08, 2012 at 08:31:03AM -0800, Dmitry Antipov wrote:
    > IIUC, an idea behind clock_getres() is to give a hint about the resolution of
    > specified clock. This hint may be used by an application programmer to check whether
    > this clock is suitable for a some purpose. So why clock_getres() always returns
    > something like {0, 1} (if hrtimers are enabled) regardless of the underlying platform's
    > real numbers?

    I think "resolution" does not mean tick duration, but rather the finest timer unit.

    HTH,
    Richard


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