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SubjectRe: More about 2.4.3 timer problems
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> I updated my kernel to 2.4.3 when the patch was released. As I said earlier, I
> noticed my timer losing a few seconds over the space of a couple of
> hours. Well, I have since found out that the amount of time lost is
> proportional to the load on the machine: the heavier the load, the more time
> lost.
>
> VESA fb mode 1280x1024x16, clock lost 1m 35s in time
> 996.52 user 166.82 system 23:19.40 elapsed 83% CPU

The vesafb / clock sliding problem is fixed in the -ac releases.

Alan

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