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Re: [Fedora-directory-users] rhel/fedora clock drift?



You can pass clock=pit to the kernel on boot up or use NTP.



On Sun, 2007-02-11 at 10:51 -0800, Scott Roberts wrote:
> In rhel 4 and fc5 and fc6 the clock interrupt in the
> kernel is 1000mhz. AFAIK this is too high and causes
> the clock to drift and lose sync. This is even more of
> a problem for virtual servers like vmware or zen.
> Anyone experience this issue and have any workarounds
> other than recompiling the kernel. Seems like a
> drastic measure just to get an OS to keep accurate
> time. I have looked for around for solutions and
> thought maybe my fellow ldap admins might know something.
> 
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