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SubjectRe: a faster way to gettimeofday?
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>>>>> "dean" == dean gaudet <dean-list-linux-kernel@arctic.org> writes:

dean> ingo started the proper work for this, for example, see:
dean> <http://people.redhat.com/mingo/vsyscall-patches/vsyscall-2.3.32-F4>
dean> (there's a documentation file near the bottom of the patch)
dean> but it doesn't appear to support gettimeofday via rdtsc yet.

Interesting patch; when last I looked, vsyscalls were only being
implemented on the new 64-bit architectures.

Does this patch break binary compatibility? I seem to recall that being
Andrea's reason for not running vsyscalls on standard x86 back in August
last year.

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