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Re: one our time drift



On Wed, 2003-03-26 at 14:46, Nicolas Turro wrote:
> Hi, 
> 
> I report the same bug as in thread :
> 
> Time Drift / Shift Problem - Please
> help
> 
> 
> by Charlie McVeigh... 
> 
> My computer goes 1hour ahead a few hours after i
> set the 'right' time.
> 
> 1-My bios clock is right
> 2-I set the sytem clock with hwclock --hctosys
> 3-the clock is ok for a while, then jumps 1 hour ahead.
> 
> Using ntp or not doesn't change anything, and eventually
> ntpd dies saying something like "drift larger than 3600s"
> in /var/log/messages.
> 
> Here is my /etc/sysconfig/clock :
> ZONE="Europe/Paris"
> UTC=0
> ARC=0
> 
> which seems correct.
> 
> I don't use apmd (because when it decides to suspend
> the network interface, i have problems with amd)
> 
> It's not a laptop (and no battery applet is running).

For information, this problem disapeared after i did 2 things :
- reboot (never rebooted during my atempts to fix the problem)
- disable 'energy management' in the COMPAQ bios
I actually don't know which one solved the issue.
 
-- 
Nicolas Turro <Nicolas Turro sophia inria fr>
INRIA





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