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SubjectRe: Laptop system clock slow after suspend to disk. (2.4.0-test9/hinote VP)
Ian Stirling <root@mauve.demon.co.uk> wrote:

> I've not noticed this on earlier kernel versions, is there something
> silly I'm missing that's making my DEC hinote VP (p100 laptop)s
> system clock slow by a factor of five or so after resume?
> Not the CPU or cmos clock, only the system clock.
> Thoughts welcome.

I saw something like this on my thinkpad (RH6.2)
and it turned out to be connected to /etc/adjtime .
It was cured by changing the large numbers in
there to zeroes.

Could someone explain the mechanism?

Doug Gilbert
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