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    SubjectRe: system (not HW) clock advancing really fast
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    On Monday 16 February 2004 16:41, Michael Frank wrote:
    >
    > a) Timer broken - too fast.
    > b) Generates IRQ's on both edges
    > c) the clock interrupt being routed into both CPU's
    > at the same time.

    Actually, I think the Crystal oscillator is nuts,
    explaing that it sometimes jumps by several seconds.

    Could you get hold of some freezing spray find the Crystal... ;)

    And, lets keep further mail of LKML - enough traffic there.

    >
    > You could boot with NOSMP to rule out c)
    >
    > Weird breakdown anyway,
    >
    > Regards
    > Michael
    >


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