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SubjectRe: do we still need the jiffies wraparound functions ?
On Tue, 27 Dec 2005, jeff shia wrote:

> Under the kernel 2.6.x,the jiffies is defined as u64.We cannot count
> on it to overflow.

Actually, no. jiffies is still defined as unsigned long, which reduces
overhead where 64 bit jiffies are not needed. Only jiffies_64 is an u64.

> Do we still need the functions to solve this problem?

Yes.

Tim
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