Re: massive time drift. NTP help required

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Just to answer my own question for others that may be looking.
It is a 2.6.9 ( RHEL ) kernel issue.  There are a few partially working methods, but most disable SMP etc....
I upgraded to FC7 and now my Intel 965 is working perfectly.


On 6/1/07, Michael Hennebry <hennebry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Fri, 1 Jun 2007, Mark Hutchinson wrote:

> Any idea what causes this?  Hardware issues?
> Where does the 10195 number come from?
> I just like to understand what the issue cause is and what the command
> actually does.

100% + 1.95% = 101.95%

> On 6/1/07, Dr. Michael J. Chudobiak <mjc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >
> > Mark Hutchinson wrote:
> > > I have a server that has a time drift of around a minute every hour.
> > > Overnight, that is pretty extreme and as this is a PVR, it causes
> > problems.
> > > I have NTP enabled but am still getting this drift and NTP is not
> > > correcting or putting much in the logs ( no exit messages )
> >
> > I had the same problem on a brand-new DC7700. ntp can only correct
> > within 500 ppm (0.05%). For some reason, the DC700 clock was 1.95% too
> > fast!

Mike   hennebry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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