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On Thursday 23 November 2006 3:00 am, Benjamin Herrenschmidt wrote:
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> Couldn't we have a transition period by making the kernel not rely on
> interrupts ? if the NTP irq code just triggers a work queue, then all of
> a sudden, all of the RTC drivers can be used and the latency is small.
> That might well be a good enough solution and is very simple.

Good point. Of course, one issue is that the NTP sync code all
seems to be platform-specific right now ... just like the code
to set the system time from an RTC at boot (except for the new
RTC framework stuff) and after resume.

- Dave

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