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SubjectRe: No 100 HZ timer !

> The testing I have done seems to indicate a lower overhead on a lightly
> loaded system, about the same overhead with some load, and much more
> overhead with a heavy load. To me this seems like the wrong thing to
> do. We would like as nearly a flat overhead to load curve as we can get

Why? Higher overhead is a price for better precision timers. If you rounded
all times in "tickless" mode, you'd get about same overhead, right?
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