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SubjectRe: RFC: time_namespaces(7) manual page
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On 4/7/20 4:19 PM, Thomas Gleixner wrote:
> "Michael Kerrisk (man-pages)" <mtk.manpages@gmail.com> writes:
>> I've tried to capture this info, as well some other relevant errors
>> in the following text. Does it look okay?
>>
>> Writes to the timens_offsets file can fail with the following
>> errors:
>>
>> EINVAL An offset-nanosecs value is greater than 999,999,999.
>>
>> EINVAL A clock-id value is not valid.
>>
>> EPERM The caller does not have the the CAP_SYS_TIME capability.
>>
>> ERANGE An offset-secs value is out of range. In particular;
>>
>> · offset-secs can't be set to a value which would make the
>> current time on the corresponding clock inside the names‐
>> pace a negative value; and
>>
>> · offset-secs can't be set to a value such that the time on
>> the corresponding clock inside the namespace would exceed
>> half of the value of the kernel constant KTIME_SEC_MAX
>> (this limits the clock value to a maximum of approxi‐
>> mately 146 years).
>
> Yes.

Thanks!

Cheers,

Michael


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