On Mon, Jan 20, 2003 at 06:45:57PM -0800, john stultz wrote:
> > I'll look into it, but it must absolutely be in terms of wall
> > clock time as measured from outside the system.
> Completely understandable. do_gettimeofday will give you just that (w/o
> the conversion muck w/ HZ and loops_per_jiffy).
It looks as though gettimeofday calculates wall time from
jiffies. If you udelay(), jiffies doesn't increment and you lose time
(this is exactly what I'm trying to track here). How does gettimeofday
avoid this (maybe I'm misreading the code)?
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