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If I have a high number of interrupts, how do I resolve that

What do I check in my app
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is that a problem? Depending on your kernel your (systemtime) clock may tick 1000, 300, 250 or 100 times a second.
And in addition to those there will be network adapter, disk and other devices interrupt.

a modern system should not have problems with such high interrupt rates.
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