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    SubjectRe: 2.6.14-rt1 (now rt6)

    * Fernando Lopez-Lezcano <nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU> wrote:

    > Doing a loop with "sleep 10" bbracketed by calls to date gives me
    > sporadic results:
    >
    > --- Fri Nov 4 18:30:25 PST 2005
    > 10
    > ---
    > --- Fri Nov 4 19:43:53 PST 2005
    > 10
    > ---
    > --- Fri Nov 4 19:44:03 PST 2005
    > 3
    > ---
    > --- Fri Nov 4 18:30:48 PST 2005
    > 10
    > ---
    > --- Fri Nov 4 18:30:58 PST 2005
    > 0
    > ---

    i'm running your timer-test script with an earlier config you sent
    (kernel-2.6.13-i686-smp.ccrma.config), on a similar SMP box, and i'm not
    getting these timeout problems (using -rt9). How easily do the above
    problems reproduce - does it happen right after bootup?

    (to make sure could you send me your current SMP .config too? You have
    CONFIG_KTIME_SCALAR disabled, right?)

    Ingo
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