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SubjectRe: [PATCH] i386: Selectable Frequency of the Timer Interrupt
>  That's like scratching your left ear with your right hand -- broadcasting 
> that external timer interrupt in the first place is more straightforward.
> If you want to exclude CPUs from the list of receivers, just use the
> logical destination mode appropriately.

The problem with that is that it would need regular synchronizations
of all CPUs to coordinate this. Not good for scalability and I
believe the fundamentally wrong way to do this.

-Andi
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