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SubjectRe: Dual Xeon Time skips with 2.6
Robert Hancock wrote:

> You can probably avoid this problem by using "notsc" on the kernel
> command line. It would seem that somehow the TSC drift is too small for
> the kernel to notice on boot, but causes problems anyway..
>
This sounds familiar, although much larger than what I see, is it
possible for an Intel dual core CPU to do this as well? I sometimes see
very unintuitive timestamps on network stuff.
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