> If the DragonBall's crystal is 32.768 kHz, and you divide by 328 to get
> the interrupt, time_adjust_step is 10010, and time_adj is close to
> (1e6/(32768/328)-10010)*2^22, or -983040 (I think I got that right).
> Again, small corrections to time_adj are possible and recommended.
This assumes that it's desirable to keep HZ == 100. The kernel
doesn't really care, you could set it to 64, and everything would
work just fine. For that case, time_adjust_step is 15625, and
time_adj could get set back to zero. Unfortunately, there is a
fair amount of broken code floating around that assumes HZ == 100.
Linus discovered some of that when he set HZ == 1024 for the Alpha
to allow more responsive task-switching.
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