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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Fix posix_bump_timer args
randy_dunlap wrote:
> On Wed, 06 Jul 2005 11:26:31 -0700 Geoff Levand wrote:
>
> | This patch makes posix_bump_timer() consistent with common convention
> | by expecting a pointer to the structure be passed.
> |
> | Please apply.
>
> Does it matter other than for consistency?
>
> E.g., in a large system with thousands of timers, it seems that it
> could (at least theoretically) have a negative impact by using a
> pointer dereference instead of a known fixed address.
> or am I just imagining that?
>

I pulled this out of the HRT patches. In general it was agreed that
the change is for the best.

-Geoff
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