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SubjectRe: [Re: Could clock granularity be increased????]
I though about that. Would it affect other kernel modules which assume the
value of HZ (to be 100)? But for this, I guess increasing the value of HZ to
1000 or so should work. Are u sure it is ok to increase HZ?

Sam Coles <sam@bcinet.net> wrote:
Will editing include/asm/param.h not do the trick?

Sam

On 05 May 2001 12:53:14 -0500, shreenivasa H V wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Is there any way I could use a clock granularity of less than 10ms if I
need
> to do some hacking of the kernel TCP code? Ideally I would require the
> interval of the order of 10-100 microseconds.
> thanks,
> shreeni.
>
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