In message <43C2DB61.email@example.com> you wrote:
> BTW, I'm puzzled by the "context switch" benchmark test results. By what
> mechanism - or by what definition of "context switch" - can having more
> frequent interrupts make context switches happen more quickly? It seems
> to me that those results must be due to a systematic measurement error
> being added/removed.
I have to admit that I don't have a good explanation for this either.
It's what I got with (repeated) measurements. Cache (flush) issues
might play a role here - but without closer analysis this is just
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