Atsushi Nemoto wrote:
> On Wed, 20 Dec 2006 01:37:17 -0800 (PST), Daniel Laird
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Then I get a normal startup. i.e it boots fast (no 10second hang). If
>> remove the write_c0_count then I get the 10 second hang.
> I think Kevin's analysis about this 10 second hang is correct. Then I
> think my last patch will work as well.
>> I have no idea if gettimeofday is broken. ANy ideas on testing this? Is
>> there a test package / application that will do this? Before I write my
> Calling gettimeofday() continuously many times (at least some tick
> periods) and calculates times between each call. Those differences
> should be almost same. Of course you must run this program on very
> idle system (or you must raise its priority).
> Atsushi Nemoto
Thanks guys I can see how Kevin has come to his conclusion (On 10 secs And I
think I agree)!
I will try your 2nd proposed solution, I gave it a very quick go but it did
not work. I will give this some proper time, I think some mips_clocksource
needed to be externed etc. (and add linux/clocksource.h ) to
Hopefullly this will make it compile, and then I can trace the problem a bit
more. It might be after Christmas though before I come back to this
Again cheers for the help.
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