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SubjectRe: gettimeofday() non-monotonic on uniprocessor system with ntp turned off?
Christopher Friesen writes:

> I am having a little bit of a problem. I'm on a single processor G4 system
> running 2.2.17 and I do not have ntp turned on. However, successive calls to
> gettimeofday() occasionally return results that make it look as though time was
> running backwards.

Looking at the code in the kernel, I can't see why this would happen.
Could you send me the code for your test program so I can chase this?

Paul.

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