On Tue, 7 Aug 2007, Andrew Morton wrote:
> I'd be surprised if there was significant overhead - the maximum frequency
> at which msleep() can be called is 1000Hz. We'd need an awful lot of
> overhead for that to cause problems, surely?
> <thinks he's missing something again>
_Anybody_ has yet to answer what's wrong with adding a nanosleep() and
using that instead.
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