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Stack-group switching time?
- To: Slug%r20.utexas.edu@CSNET-RELAY
- Subject: Stack-group switching time?
- From: "Nakul P. Saraiya" <SARAIYA%sumex-aim.arpa@CSNET-RELAY>
- Date: Wed 21 May 86 04:40:46-PDT
I need some way of getting a good cheap estimate of the time involved
in making a stack-group switch on a 36xx. Or, more specifically, a
function that will take a sg as its argument and return an estimate of
the microseconds required to make it current. The goal is to (more)
accurately time a `user' program through possible multiple scheduling
breaks. Any leads/advice/data that will save me from empirically
trying to determine this function will be much appreciated.