"timer frequency" from kernel configration... - Setup

This is a discussion on "timer frequency" from kernel configration... - Setup ; Hi, I can see "timer frequency" from "process type and feature" item of kernel configraion... If I set it 1000Mz, that means timer interrupt will occur 1000 times for a second? Is that right? Thanks,.....

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  1. "timer frequency" from kernel configration...

    Hi,
    I can see "timer frequency" from "process type and feature" item of
    kernel configraion...

    If I set it 1000Mz, that means timer interrupt will occur 1000 times for
    a second?

    Is that right?


    Thanks,..



  2. Re: "timer frequency" from kernel configration...

    On Tue, 26 Jun 2007 10:21:43 +0900, google-rambo88 wrote:

    > Hi,
    > I can see "timer frequency" from "process type and feature" item of
    > kernel configraion...
    >
    > If I set it 1000Mz, that means timer interrupt will occur 1000 times for
    > a second?


    1000Mz I understand is "1000M CPU cycles per second". I used to set lower
    numbers, but this last kernel (2.6.21.5) I set the 1000Mz for at least one
    machine. So far, I can't tell you any difference.



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