RE: [PATCHv1 09/12] unicore32 core architecture: timer and time
From: john stultz
Date: Mon Jan 03 2011 - 14:59:12 EST
On Mon, 2011-01-03 at 13:52 +0800, Guan Xuetao wrote:
> > When using clocksource_register_hz(&cksrc_puv3_oscr, CLOCK_TICK_RATE ),
> > the shift value become 0, and mult value become 0x838a91a7, and the system will be broken
> > after printing "Switching to clocksource oscr".
> > When using clocksource_register_khz(&cksrc_puv3_oscr, CLOCK_TICK_RATE ),
> > the shift value become 0, and mult value become 0x4359611, and the system will run smoothly,
> > but timer interrupt seems too frequently. Perhaps it is 4 times faster.
> > For comparison, originally, when shift value is set to 0x12, the mult value become 1175e5e.
> The error is the implementation of do_div() function.
> When replacing the arch-specific div64.h with asm-generic/div64.h, clocksource_rigister_hz() works.
Oh great! You had me worried I had a bug in the mult/shift calculation.
Great to hear all is working now! If you run into other clock/time
related troubles, please let me know.
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