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    SubjectRe: latency error (~2ms) with nanosleep
    quade wrote:
    > Playing around with the (simple) measurement of latency-times
    > I noticed, that the systemcall "nanosleep" has always a minimal
    > latency from about ~2ms (haven't run it all night, so...). It
    > seems to be a systematical error.

    Known issue. The x86 interrupt usually has a period of slightly less
    than a ms. It will therefore generally add nearly a whole ms to ensure
    that it does not ever wait for *less* than specified.

    Chris
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