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Bug#252289: general: system clock goes chaoticly causing system breakdown

On Wed, 9 Jun 2004, Antos Andras wrote:
On Tue, 8 Jun 2004, Henrique de Moraes Holschuh wrote:
In the logfile I see that the ntpdate offset increases only 0.08 or 0.16
seconds an hour while I am not logged in, but it can be anything up to 150
seconds an hour while I am logged in. (Shell I send the logfile?)

Yes, please. But apt-get --purge remove the following packages before you produce that log (and cold-boot the machine after removing the packages):
ntp chrony adjtimex

I attach a logfile now, and I will attach one some time later after purging ntpdate, rm -f /etc/adjtime, and cold reboot.

Of course, I cannot purge ntpdate, because that is just how the logfile is made. :) So I just rm -f /etc/adjtime and cold reboot.


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