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    SubjectRe: 2.6.8.1 slews system clock
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    Dne pá 20. srpna 2004 16:02 Tim Schmielau napsal(a):
    > On Fri, 20 Aug 2004, Jan Spitalnik wrote:
    > > after updating kernel to 2.6.8.1 the system clock slews by 1 second every
    > > 10 seconds into future. I tried turning off ACPI, but that had no effect.
    > >
    > > root@largo:~# ntpdate tik.cesnet.cz;sleep 10;ntpdate tik.cesnet.cz
    > > 20 Aug 13:55:01 ntpdate[5315]: step time server 195.113.144.201 offset
    > > -24.488611 sec
    > > 20 Aug 13:55:13 ntpdate[5321]: step time server 195.113.144.201 offset
    > > -1.042110 sec
    > >
    > > on second machine the effect is opposite, ie the clock slews backwards.
    > > Any ideas?
    >
    > Which was the last kernel that worked?

    2.6.7 didn't exhibit this problem. I will test 2.6.8-rc's to find which one
    caused this regression.

    --
    Jan Spitalnik
    jan@spitalnik.net

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