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    SubjectRe: Wrong atime on recent kernels
    Andi Kleen napsal(a):
    > Petr Titěra <petr@titera.eu> writes:
    >
    >
    >> Hello,
    >>
    >> I see some strange file modification times recently. It seems to
    >> me that in some situations, kernel allows to set nanoseconds part of
    >> file access, modification or change time to 100000000 ns. Problem
    >> seems to be in some generic part of kernel because I see it on several
    >> different filesysytems (ext4 and nilf2). These is I've got during my
    >> testing on kernel 2.6.32-tip-08309-gad8e75a.
    >>
    >
    > Do you know which kernel was the last one to be not showing this?
    >
    >
    To Be honest I'm not sure. I remember that I've seen it for the first
    time when I tried to install kernel-2.6.32-0.65.rc8.git5.fc13.i686
    package from Fedora Rawhide and that was on 7th December. The only
    kernels I could be running at that time are:
    2.6.32-rc8-tip-02151-gf00b740, 2.6.32-tip-02531-gbbbe9f2 or
    2.6.32-tip-02695-g4dc2ffc.

    > Is 2.6.32 plain ok?
    >
    >
    Will test.

    > -Andi
    >
    >

    Petr

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