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SubjectRe: later kernels vs ntpd
Gene Heskett wrote:
> Someone suggested that I needed the ipv6 stuff, so I built a 2.6.13.1
> with all that turned on, but an overnight run of it also failed to
> synch, so I'm back on 2.6.13-rc5, which works well.
>
> But this is preventing me from playing the coal mine canary. Does
> anyone else have a suggestion?

Right up to 2.6.13-rc6-git12 I've used
linux-2.6.13-rc6_timeofday-all.patch with no drift at all. With
unpatched kernels (won't apply) up to 2.6.14-rc1-git5 on SuSE 9.3, I'm
seeing -3 secs drift since reboot 1 hour ago, I think that's the max
I've seen over several hours, I have a heat/hardware problem that causes
a solid lockup at random times.
On the other box with the same hardware and Mandriva LE2005, no drift.
bumble:/root # ptktime&
[1] 27567
bumble:/root # localhost 0 Mon Sep 19 22:35:58 2005
128.118.25.3 0 Mon Sep 19 22:35:58 2005

bumble:/root # uptime
22:36:15 up 22:35, 3 users, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
bumble:/root # uname -r
2.6.14-rc1-git4

Regards
Sid.
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