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SubjectRe: [OT] Major Clock Drift
Hi!

> I've discovered that heavy use of vesafb can be a major source of clock
> drift on my system, especially if I don't specify "ypan" or "ywrap". On my
> system (similar Hw/Sw configuration to yours), a 2.4 kernel "make dep"
> from a vesafb console will cause the system clock to drift 10-12
> seconds.

Hmm, I can make it loose 30 seconds in 12 seconds. Just cat
/etc/termcap. Vesafb does this kind of stuff. [Yes, 3 times slower
clock].

Pavel
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