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Re: Crazy clock

From: Richard Nyberg <rnyberg@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 06 Dec 2004 11:24:18 +0100

At Tue, 7 Dec 2004 00:38:09 +0200,
Atte Peltomaki wrote:
> > > > DragonFlyBSD doesn't seem to be able to keep the date, and it has been
> > > > so for quite a while now...
> > 
> > > I've had the same problem, but I have not had a chance to investigate the
> > > cause.  If I remember correctly, the problem started when I installed
> > > DFBSD 1.1-CURRENT...
> > 
> > Have you updated the system since you installed?  I also had a short-lived
> > problem with incorrect time, but it was fixed a while ago.  I update from
> > "HEAD" every day and I find the system to be very stable right now, so now
> > might be a good time to update if you haven't done so lately.
> I last built my -CURRENT yesterday, but the problem is still there. I
> have SMP kernel configuration, and it seems the clock is running quite a
> bit too fast. Another problem that could be related to this, is that if
> mplayer is given -ao null parameter (null audio output) or the audio
> device is otherwise busy, video runs approx. twice the speed.
I also have problems on my SMP machine. I haven't investigated the issue,
but I can say that running the ntpd daemon doesn't help. Also running


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