if the reduced loops is supposed to work fine what was there left to fix?
> > significant info via the tsc to userspace, and there's no way to know
> > that your app isn't breaking because of numa, unless you disable the tsc
> > to userspace.
> And you can test that with notsc. Oh and you might also want the code
> that makes notsc on a tsc only kernel print a warning btw. badtsc lets
> you say "I have a brain cell" notsc lets you select "clueless app
> checking mode"
what's wrong with a sysctl to specify you have a brain cell? I'm not
advocating not to let you specify you have a brain cell, I'm only don't
see why we should assume it when we very know apps will break silenty,
and that it will be not noticeable except with subtle breakage after
some runtime in -ac.
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