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SubjectRe: low-latency patches
george anzinger wrote:
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> Well, no, but do we want to improve as kernel writers, or just stay
> "hackers"? If low latency was a concern the same way lack of dead locks
> and avoiding OOPs is today, don't you think we would be better coders?
> As for me, I want to shoot for the higher goal. Even if I miss, I will
> still have accomplished more than if I had shot for the mundane.

Right. It needs to be a conscious, planned decision: "from now on,
holding a lock for more than 500 usecs is a bug".

So someone, be it Linus, "the community" or my Mum needs to decide
that this is a feature which the kernel will henceforth support.

It's a new feature - it should be treated as such.


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