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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/2][RFC] Potential fix for leapsecond caused futex issue (v2)

On Sunday 2012-07-01 20:29, John Stultz wrote:
>An apparent workaround for this issue is running:
>$ date -s "`date`"

One can run the date call even while ntpd keeps running.

>* Chase down the futex/hrtimer interaction to see if this could
>be triggered in any other way.
>* Get Tglx's input/ack
>* Generate a backport for pre-v3.4 kernels

It looks like is not affected (on a system where ntpd is
running). That is to say, at least the mysqld instance on such a system
did not jump to high CPU usage. I did not try your testcase.c there,
since that would likely freak out the webapps - or the management.

Other reports on IRC include that 2.6.32-71.el6 (RHEL) is affected.
(Backporting gone wrong, *snicker* ;)

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