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You can't do this. First watch launch a cmd every 2 second. It's ok for macroscopique purpose, not to mesure miliseconds (1 tick is 4 ms) as the kernel is ...
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    You can't do this. First watch launch a cmd every 2 second. It's ok for macroscopique purpose, not to mesure miliseconds (1 tick is 4 ms) as the kernel is NOT real time and it take an unknown time to start a process.
    Second, you can make make a mesurement of something with itself !! You need an external and calibrated thing !

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    Does anyone know how to apply correction factor for drift in kernel?

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