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    SubjectRe: Unknown HZ value! (1908) Assume 1024.
    On Mon, 18 Feb 2002, Tom Holroyd wrote:

    > After about 50 days of uptime on 2.4.17 on an Alpha, I started getting
    > this message from ps, et al. The adjtimex program says:
    [...]
    > 50 days is about 4320000000 clock ticks (normally 1024 Hz) which is
    > suspiciously close to 2^32. Perhaps something is rolling over?

    I guess this is a userspace problem, where the tools just use a 32 bit
    value somewhere.
    To make sure, can you post /proc/uptime and /proc/stat output? Also, is
    this uniprocessor or SMP?

    Tim

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