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SubjectRe: Clock drift on Transmeta Crusoe
--- Jonathan Morton <chromi@cyberspace.org> wrote: >
>> clock drift of a few minutes per day.
>
> That's about 0.1%. It may be relatively large
> compared to tolerances of
> hardware clocks, but it's realistically tiny. It
> certainly compares
> favourably with mkLinux on my PowerBook 5300, which
> usually drifts by
> several hours per day regardless of actual load.
Several hours a day, gosh...

Thanks for the responses, is it a common problem in
notebooks then? Did not notice this on desktops
before, anyway trying to adjust for the drift using
adjtimex now.

Regards,

Michel

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