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    SubjectRe: [RFC] CPUID usage for interaction between Hypervisors and Linux.
    Chris Wright wrote:
    > * Anthony Liguori (anthony@codemonkey.ws) wrote:
    >
    >> And arguably, storing TSC frequency in CPUID is a terrible interface
    >> because the TSC frequency can change any time a guest is entered. It
    >>
    >
    > True for older hardware, newer hardware should fix this. I guess the
    > point is, the are numbers that are easy to measure incorrectly in guest.
    > Doesn't justify the whole thing..
    >

    It's not fixed for newer hardware. Larger systems still have multiple
    tsc frequencies.

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    error compiling committee.c: too many arguments to function



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