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SubjectRe: Bug: Status/Summary of slashdot leap-second crash on new years 2008-2009
> Is there a mktime() in the kernel?  Isn't it pure user-space?  Mktime
> does appear to know all about leap seconds (assuming they're in zoneinfo.)

The GPL goes to great trouble to ensure you get the kernel source code.
Why not use it.

> showing "#15 0xffffffff8104ec16 in ntp_leap_second (timer=<value
> optimized out>) at kernel/time/ntp.c:143". That would be kernel code to
> process leap seconds from NTP broadcasts, I think. That code needs to
> be removed.

I suggest you read that code and understand it.


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