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    SubjectRe: Too much error in __const_udelay() ?
    On Mon, Jun 07, 2004 at 12:12:48PM -0700, john stultz wrote:
    > I agree w/ Pavel that rounding up sounds better, but I can't get the
    > math to work, so this may be the best solution.

    It's some strange sort of rounding, see my patch "3"...

    > I'm also spinning up a patch w/ these changes to test, let me know how
    > your testing went and I'll do the same.

    Testing went fine -- even for the PMTMR-based delay case [*].

    Dominik

    [*] though I noticed the cpufreq notifier breaks then: it updates
    loops_per_jiffy without evaluating if it's indeed TSC- or even
    frequency-based. It'll fail on cyclone, too, I think...
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