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    SubjectRe: HZ, preferably as small as possible
    Hi,

    On Wed, 10 Jul 2002, Andrew Morton wrote:
    > That makes a ton of sense.
    >
    > > But on the other hand, increasing HZ has perf/latency benefits, yes? Have
    > > these been quantified?
    >
    > Not that I'm aware of. And I'd regard any such claims with some
    > scepticism.
    >
    > > I'd either like to see a HZ that has balanced
    > > power/performance, or could we perhaps detect we are on a system that cares
    > > about power (aka a laptop) and tweak its value at runtime?

    Want a config option? Either int or bool (CONFIG_LOW_HZ). It's not too
    much effort.

    Regards,
    Thunder
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