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SubjectRe: Doubt in Kernel Timers
On Mon, 26 Nov 2001 23:08:45 -0800 (PST)
sekhar raja <manamraja@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Do we need to Stop the timers if we want to Restart
> the timers with new expiry time.

You must simply use mod_timer() to change timer expires time.

> I see in some implementations the timers are not
> stoped before before they restart. Is it correct?

T.e. they are *not* use del_timer() and after it add_timer() with new
expires time?
With del and add some races can arise.
It is correct to use mod_timer().

>
> Thanks in Advance
> -Rajasekhar
>
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WBR. //s0mbre
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