The divider= option is not documented in kernel-parameters.txt or elsewhere in
RHEL5's kernel docs. It should be. KB is here:
suggested text would be something like:
divider= divide kernel HZ rate by given value.
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Requesting exception -- we're missing documentation on this kernel parameter.
Yes, the text in comment #1 is perfectly fine, except for the fact that we technically support dividing up to 25. Attached patch adds this; prarit, should I post this to rhkernel-list?
Created attachment 316063 [details]
Document the divider option in kernel-parameters.txt
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Clearing stale NEEDINFO.