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SubjectRe: [PATCH] timekeeping: Move persistent clock registration code from ARM to kernel
On Fri, Nov 07, 2014 at 11:34:15AM -0800, Anatol Pomozov wrote:
> ARM timekeeping functionality allows to register persistent/boot clock dynamically.
> This code is arch-independent and can be useful on other plaforms as well.
>
> As a byproduct of this change, tegra20_timer becomes ARM64 compatible.
>
> Tested: backported the change to chromeos-3.14 kernel ran on tegra 64bit
> board, made sure high-resolution clock works.

Using this on an upstream kernel doesn't work, though, because 64-bit
ARM doesn't implement struct delay_timer which the driver needs since
v3.17.

But I suppose the delay timer infrastructure could be moved into the
core similar to the persistent and boot clock as this patch does.

Thierry
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