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    SubjectRe: 2.6.1 "clock preempt"?
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    On Tuesday 27 of January 2004 22:30, markus reichelt wrote:
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    > timothy parkinson <t@timothyparkinson.com> wrote:
    > > * Running with SpeedStep (this is a cpu thing i assume?) could cause
    > > this. * Not having DMA enabled on your hard disk(s) could cause this.
    > > See the hdparm utility to enable it.
    > > * Incorrect TSC synchronization on SMP systems could cause this.
    > > * Anything else?
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    > Yepp:
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    > Jan 27 20:12:12 tatooine kernel: Losing too many ticks!
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    > I had to set "CONFIG_IDE_TASK_IOCTL=y" in my .config in order to get
    > it working.

    How's that possible?
    This config option only exports HDIO_DRIVE_TASKFILE ioctl to user-space.

    --bart

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