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SubjectRe: [RFC PATCH 00/10] Alpha support for QEMU
On 07/17/2013 06:14 PM, Michael Cree wrote:
> Tested the patch series applied against 3.10.1 on a 3-CPU ES45. System came
> up fine but I noticed date was wrong and had been reset back to the start
> of the epoch (Jan 1 1970). Appears it is not reading hardware clock
> correctly on boot.

Please scan the dmesg for the "Using epoch 2000 for rtc year 13" line,
and compare vs a similar message on the previous kernel.

> I manually set the clock to the correct time but noticed it is running slow,
> indeed in a period of 60s the system clock incremented by 21s (+/-1s) so
> would appear clock is running slow by a factor given by the number of CPUs.

That's curious. I wonder if somehow I botched the smp changes, and I'm
not getting the timer interrupt either (1) enabled or (2) registered on
the secondary cpus...

Perhaps /proc/interrupts will confirm or deny this?


r~



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