phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Thu Mar 16 18:41:02 CET 2017
In message <CAFZdCuqR_izyYgv_wxs5YoBgcySUbM9ASXxm7raYGUyPZJ9vwA at mail.gmail.com>
, Alex Evonosky writes:
>FAILED to set maximum for param critbit_cooloff: 254.000
>Must be less than or equal to 254.000
>FAILED to set maximum for param vsm_free_cooldown: 600.000
>Must be less than or equal to 600.000
>Has anyone seen this before?
Yes. This is an incredibly silly floating-point rounding issue
caused by a questionable decision Intel made back in 1977 :-/
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