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SubjectRe: nanosleep() uses CLOCK_MONOTONIC, should be CLOCK_REALTIME?
>> nor by adjtimex() (this last one is used by ntpd).
> That surprised me a little. So gradual adjustments to the time made
> by adjtime() / adjtimex() really don't affect nanosleep()?

Does the adjtime() system call still exist ? I could not find any
information about this system call in the 2.6.25 kernel source code.

Frequency adjustments made via the adjtimex() system call do affect
nanosleep() of course (via timex::freq and/or timex::tick). Stepwise
time adjustments, whether gradual or not, should not affect


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