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    SubjectRe: Screwy clock after apm suspend
    Pavel Machek writes:
    > Hia
    >
    > > > Looking harder, in arch/i386/kernel/apm.c the system time is also
    > > > saved and restored in a very similar way to timer_suspend/resume.
    > > > Would this account for the time drift in APM mode? (sleep time being
    > > > accounted for twice?)
    > >
    > > No, apm.c's update to xtime is absolute, just like time.c's.
    > > Doing both is pointless but not harmful. (I've already tried
    > > with apm.c's xtime update commented out, but the time-warp
    > > bug remained.)
    > >
    > > My 0.02 SEK says it's the jiffies update that's broken.
    >
    > Okay, can you
    >
    > * kill jiffie update (x86-64, too)
    > * remove apm.c variant
    > * test it (or make someone test it) with apm?
    >
    > I now see the drift with acpi, too :-(. I can do the acpi testing...

    I'm away from my APM laptop until Friday, but I'll do this test then.

    /Mikael
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