Re: Bug#460331: still have this problem on kfreebsd-i386
On Thu, 11 Feb 2010, Craig Small wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 01:48:07AM +0100, Peter Palfrader wrote:
> > | weasel@field:~$ cat /proc/uptime ; grep 'cpu ' /proc/stat ; cat /proc/uptime
> > | 188847.15 673325.21
> > | cpu 119994 4473784 3539322 2746621
> > | 188847.16 673325.21
> > | weasel@field:~$ getconf CLK_TCK
> > | 60
> I calculate 57 which is close enough to 60, though not close enough for
> case 58 ... 61 : Hertz = 60; break;
> However you were getting 45!
I've also seen other values like 7, 12, 23, 28, 35, 53.
> On linux, we just use ELF notes and this problem goes away. If there
> is something equivalent in freeBSD then I could use that as well.
I wouldn't know, I'm just the poor DSA who gets to fight these machines. :)
Maybe the debian-bsd list would know.
> > [Is this in any way related to ps showing completely broken timestamps
> > in the START column? If not and there isn't a bug report about that
> > that ought to get filed too.]
> That bug was reported in procps but was moved to kfreebsd-7 package
> It boils down to that the freebsd procfs is incomplete.
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