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It's Finally Time: The Time Namespace Support Has Been Added To The Linux 5.6 Kernel

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  • It's Finally Time: The Time Namespace Support Has Been Added To The Linux 5.6 Kernel

    Phoronix: It's Finally Time: The Time Namespace Support Has Been Added To The Linux 5.6 Kernel

    The Time Namespace, which was originally proposed back in 2018 for allowing per-namespace offsets to the system clocks, has finally entered the mainline kernel in early 2020 with the in-development Linux 5.6 kernel...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...e-In-Linux-5.6

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    A+ Quality Title Pun - nice work!

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      Yay, we'll finally be able to test time slew effects on a program in a container without negatively impacting the host's hardware drivers and userspace. No more Chrome hangs, no more GPU hangs, no more screwy game/video/audio play while waiting for tests to run. Life is good!

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        Originally posted by linuxgeex View Post
        Yay, we'll finally be able to test time slew effects on a program in a container without negatively impacting the host's hardware drivers and userspace. No more Chrome hangs, no more GPU hangs, no more screwy game/video/audio play while waiting for tests to run. Life is good!
        a oddly specific thing to do, but if it helps testing stuff I'm all for it.

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