On 3 Apr 2008, at 11:22, Conor Wynne wrote:
> I did some testing on this and the solution is to re-compile the
>> Novell/SUSE use config HZ=250 in their kernels (AFAIR) and you just
> need to re-compile it with HZ=100.
> Problem solved. Or was that the other way around, cannot remember
> as it was ages ago. Check the kernel sources my friend.
I checked the SLES9 sources, and the running kernel, and they don't
use CONFIG_HZ and the
include/asm-ARCH/param.h files have:
# define HZ 1000
which is rather standard for 2.6 kernels.
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