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SubjectRe: 2.6-test6: nanosleep+SIGCONT weirdness
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Linus Torvalds wrote:

> I can try to fix the posix-timer.c code too, but it looks like even modern
> glibc doesn't even export the clock_nanosleep() function. So it might not
> be worth fixing at this point..

Of course it's supported. the clock_* functions are in librt. And they
are supported and, when working, greatly increase the usability. The
old user-level implementation is as good as we get it but really not up
to the job.

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